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Starting Out is an online programme of events to help you prepare for your virtual degree show and embark on your creative career during uncertain times.

The series of industry-led webinars, online workshops and one-to-one advice will empower you to: use your creative strengths; be proactive and enterprising; positively navigate change; and communicate your abilities in a way that helps you to stand out from the crowd.

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Visual merchandising
Visual merchandising

Visual merchandising trends in modern retail - Sarah Manning

Join Sarah Manning as she takes a look at the modern consumer profile and how brands can best engage with the consumer through interactive retail experiences - 26 May, 12pm.

Clothing label
Clothing label

Starting a fashion label – Toby Meadows

Join Toby Meadows, founder and director of TNM Consultancy and International best-selling author of How to Set up & Run a Fashion Label as he guides you through some of the essentials of taking the leap to starting a fashion enterprise of your own - 28 May, 12pm.

Previous webinars

Free webinar with Alison Lowe
Free webinar with Alison Lowe

The changing face of the fashion industry - Alison Lowe MBE

Join Alison Lowe MBE as she discusses the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the fashion industry - 7 May, 12pm.

student looking at computer screen
student looking at computer screen

Magazine creative direction - Giulio Mazzarini

Join Giulio Mazzarini live as he talks about magazine design and how you can implement creative direction concepts to design your own magazine - 11 May, 12pm.

Peoples Masks Sewing Challenge
Peoples Masks Sewing Challenge

People's Masks - Laura Baker

Join Central Saint Martins print and textiles specialist Laura Baker who will demonstrate how to make a basic cotton face mask. This webinar will be followed by live Q&A - 12 May, 12pm.

Banner image collage
Banner image collage

Where to begin with interpreting art - Theo Carnegy Tan

When it comes to interpreting art it can be hard to know where to start – with insight from industry expert and tutor Theo Carnegy Tan we’ve

Historical image of Charles II
Historical image of Charles II

Charles II and the evolution of the suit – Amber Butchart

Join fashion historian Amber Butchart as she discusses the place of the Restoration king in the history of fashion, and the journey of recreating the suit in her TV series A Stitch in Time - 14 May, 12pm.

Theo Jones 3d architecture Model
Theo Jones 3d architecture Model

3D printed model making for designers - Theo Jones

Theo Jones shares his knowledge on the world of 3D design printing and its applications across the design and architectural sector.

Fashion styling images for online webinar
Fashion styling images for online webinar

First steps into styling - John William

How do you take your first steps into the highly creative styling industry? Join editor John William as he shares his top tips for the beginning of your career as a fashion stylist - 19 May, 12pm.

Lyndall Fernie Webinar Banner
Lyndall Fernie Webinar Banner

What it takes to be an interior designer – Lyndall Fernie

Join Lyndall Fernie as she discusses what it's like to be an interior designer and what sort of personality traits makes a good interior designer - 20 May, 12pm.

Makeup look on girl
Makeup look on girl

Learning all about natural beauty – Crystabel Riley

Join Crystabel Riley on a journey through her career as a Make-up Artist, taking a look at the different experiences that informed her unique approach to make-up artistry and a brief exploration into the ambiguity of the idea of 'natural' - 21 May, 12pm.

people looking at screens
people looking at screens

Creating professional Instagram posts - Robert Aldous

Join London College of Communications tutor, contemporary fine artist and digital media expert Robert Aldous as he guides you in how to create sleek and professional Instagram posts using Adobe Photoshop - 25 May, 12pm.

Taster webinars for kids and teenagers

Online art classes for 7-11 year olds

Webinars for 7 to 11 year olds

Check out our online art classes for kids.

Online art classes for 11-17 year olds

Webinars for 11 to 17 year olds

Expand your creative skills in our teenager online classes.

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