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Looking for something creative for your kids to do at home? UAL Future Creatives now provides inspiring online art classes for children and teenagers.

These live online classes provide an exceptional creative education with practical learning through engaging activities. Through live classes students get feedback on their work from our expertly qualified teachers.

We offer a range of classes including; short art and design classes covering a different exciting project each session, support to help you reach higher grades with your GCSE and A level portfolios, and specialist classes in visual merchandising and drawing techniques.

Future Creatives Online

Courses for 7 to 10 year olds

Courses for 11 to 15 year olds

Future Creatives Stories

  • It's never too early to start: art classes for kids and teenagers

    Are you a young creative looking for art classes? At Future Creatives we believe it's never too early to start. Our main agenda is supporting the next generation of creative kids and teenagers in exploring their creativity outside of the classroom and helping teenagers develop their skills for GCSEs, A-levels and beyond.

  • Ari's work.

    The importance of art and creativity in a child’s development

    Over the last few months our Future Creatives community has grown so much, and we’ve been excited to see students joining our online workshops from all around the world. Siblings Aris and Danae are based in Athens, Greece and have frequently joined our online classes, tuning into our courses on how to make self-portraits in the style of Aurélia Durand, learning colour theory plus many more!

  • studio experiments (from the video)- fabric dye and salt on paper, air dry clay, aluminium

    Meet Our Tutors: Lydia Brockless, Future Creatives

    We caught up with one of our Future Creatives tutors, Lydia Brockless, to find out more about her creative practice. Lydia shared insights with us about how her career as an artist and a tutor has unfolded, as well as offering her top tips for getting into making from a young age.

Contact us

Future Creatives is a new and growing venture for UAL. If you have any questions, would like to get involved in teaching or recommend your local area as a Future Creatives hub let us know.