The unique classes for students aged 13 to 16 years will be led by skilled tutors and will provide insight and experience into a variety of artistic practices.
Students will work on a wide range of hands-on activities to build on existing skills. The classes are particularly recommended for anybody who is interested in pursuing a college course in fine art, graphic design, fashion or interactive media.
The classes, which are offered as part of the National Saturday Club scheme, aim to give an insight into studying at the college and to the creative sector at large, and can also provide assistance in developing a portfolio or a UCAS application for students planning to head to university.
The sessions start on Saturday November 4 and will run every Saturday during term-time through to April 27, 2018. They take place between 10am and 1pm at Bradford School of Art’s Lister Building, off Great Horton Road in Bradford city centre.
Bradford School of Art has been established for over 100 years and has a proven track record of specialist training and excellence. The modern facilities allow students to fully explore and realise their creative potential, while the expert staff ensure there is an encouraging environment in which for them to do so. The Northern School of Creative Industries handles the performance aspect of the School of Art, where students can develop their acting, dance and music skills under the mentoring capabilities of tutors and industry insiders.
All of the classes are free to attend. For more information, please call 01274 438998 or see the Bradford College website for details on how to book.