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Creative Arts Summer School

We are offering a Creative Arts Summer School hosted by the University for the Creative Arts for students interested in developing their creative skills or are considering studying a creative course at university or college.

 

What is it?

The Creative Arts Summer School is a three day non-residential designed to help support the development of students' portfolios for FE or HE study. Students will be taken through a range of ideas, working on drawing, painting and mark-making to create contributions for an exhibition that family and friends will be able to visit at the end of the Summer School.

 

What do you need to know?

Date: 11 - 13 July 2018

Location: UCA Farnham
                 Falkner Road
                 Farnham
                 Surrey
                 GU9 7DS

 

Who is eligible?

The Higher Education Outreach Network is funded to work with students who reside in areas that have a lower rate of progression to Higher Education than is expected. Eligibility will be determined by the student's postcode. You can use our postcode tool here to check whether your student is eligible:

You can also download our postcode tool for teachers here to quickly check multiple postcodes.

How to Apply

Teachers are able to register their interest here.

If you are a student or parent/carer interested in this event, please get in touch at heon@surrey.ac.uk.

Get in Touch

The team at HEON will be happy to help with any queries you may have so please get in touch by emailing heon@surrey.ac.uk.

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