Central Saint Martins is alive with different ways of thinking, making and doing. Our teaching staff develop spaces for the creation of ideas, innovation of materials and building momentum for the actions needed for a better future.
We are world famous for teaching a creative practice that combines the ability to imagine new futures with the means to deliver them. We regularly train future artists and designers to develop/build the skills needed to address our urgent global challenges – from tackling the climate and biodiversity emergencies to forging more equitable societies.
Our Professional Development courses at Central Saint Martins take this same energy and apply it specifically to working professionals.
- Courses are available as 1, 2 and 3 day intensive courses
- Are aimed at working professionals
- Taught at an intermediate and advanced level
- Designed to inspire
- Apply the Central Saint Martins methods of teaching to curriculum designed specifically for industry leaders and practitioners
- Designed to complement the work we do with our Innovation and Business clients and partners
Courses to include elements of the following, as appropriate to the subject
- Practically taught and structured
- Messy, with spaces that get your creativity flowing
- Collaborative and enriching
- Based around discussions that question industry norms
- Thought provoking seminars
What we do is always connected to others. Our community goes beyond building, beyond disciplines and beyond borders. From local neighbours to global partners, Central Saint Martins collaborates with others to build knowledge and transform objects, systems and lives for the better. We understand that good things happen when people work together.
At Central Saint Martins, we believe that art, performance and design can generate real, productive change within the creative industries.
Tel:+44 (0)207 514 7015
Short course stories
Student Stories: Maike Wölfle and Introduction to Fashion Design
In a throwback to 2018 we talk with Maike Wölfle about her fashion design Summer School experience whilst studying upon Ian Kettle’s Introduction to Fashion Design short course.
Student Story: Cecilia Casas, The Art of Social Engagement
For this weeks student story we catch up with Cecilia Casas who joined us at Chelsea College of Arts last summer for The Art of Social Engagement. Here she explains why this course was the right choice for her, and how she has folded her new found
Developing Your Graphic Design Skills at Home
This week our recommendations are for the Graphic Designers among us. We’ve been busy gathering the best bits from around the web to keep all you designers busy and creative at home.
Looking for inspiration? From Instagram to your reading list
Tutor Kalina Pulit has put together a power-pack – following her three-step thought process for productivity, what you can watch, listen and learn during this time, is who to follow and what to read for inspiration...