Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Creative Arts (ages 14-16)

when 14 June 2021 - 25 June 2021
language English
duration 2 weeks
fee GBP 1995

Designed for the younger creative student with a passion for art, design and media.

Increase confidence in your artistic abilities
Improve drawing and observational skills
Develop your understanding of creative processes
Appreciate research for ideas development
Explore new creative technologies and techniques
Make new friends and learn from others
Gain credits towards your studies
Over two weeks, the summer school delivers an exciting hands-on course that combines creative teaching with stimulating workshops and practical sessions so that students can explore creative pathways and develop skills for their future. You’ll be encouraged to experiment with a variety of arts subjects, giving you the chance to explore your own creative style and your understanding of the creative process, from idea development to finished piece.

Course leader

AUB staff

Target group

Ages 14-16

Additional course date: 27 July – 7 August 2020 (Ages 13-14)

Course aim

60 hours of creative learning and teaching
All course materials, resources and equipment
Arts Portfolio and sketchbook
Latest creative digital programmes
Access to library and learning resources
All transport and entry admissions for course study trips
Orientation event
Graduation Ceremony
Certificate of Attendance
Subject areas covered during the course include:

Drawing
Illustration
Graphic Design
Fashion
Digital Photography
3D Design / ModelMaking
Animation
Print Making
Mixed Media
Adobe Packages
Portfolio Preparation
Through discussions, presentations and creative multi-disciplinary projects, you’ll produce work for your portfolio and develop skills that benefit your current school studies and beyond – such as research and analysis, problem-solving and working in groups. A series of themed projects will give you the opportunity to form a greater understanding of the connections between creative arts and other subjects, as well as the influence of creative processes in the world. Learning will take place on and off campus; in the university’s specialist studios and creative workshops, as well as visits in the local area to inspire and support your classroom learning.

At the end of the course, there’ll be an exhibition of all work produced, with group discussions and individual critiques to reinforce key concepts and skills learnt during course. You will receive an individual assessment report which, if you’re studying the IB or similar qualification can be used to gain credits at your current school, and a graduation ceremony will take place in which you’ll be awarded your Certificate of Attendance. You’ll also leave the course with a portfolio of work you have produced for further development.

Credits info

Credits are available. Please contact us for details

Fee info

GBP 1995: Course Fee
GBP 1500: Residential programme fee

Scholarships

N/A

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