Future Creatives - St Albans - 11 to 17 year olds
Our art and design courses allow students to engage in exciting and in-depth projects. Students will experience a variety of different creative skills and techniques, which they use to explore various art and design projects.
All our courses are led by our expertly qualified tutors, who are experienced industry professionals with a wide range of expertise. Courses can cover anything from drawing or sculpture to graphics or screen printing.
Future Creatives courses are designed to give students an inspiring, fun and structured environment to develop their artistic abilities, promote wellbeing and explore their creativity in a small classes of other like-minded future creatives.
- Build your creative skills and techniques
- Create a portfolio of work
- Provide guidance and an environment to flourish
- Help inform GCSE / A level choices
- Understand future career and creative opportunities
This course is suitable for any students aged 11 to 17. Future Creatives courses are ideal for all young people regardless of artistic ability. Our multidisciplinary courses build on individual’s skills, allowing them to explore creative projects in small classes of up to 16 to ensure quality tuition.
When joining the course, all students receive a free Future Creatives t-shirt and tote bag. On completion of their course they will be presented with a UAL certificate.
These courses run as a block of classes during term time. Students have a fantastic opportunity to really get creative outside of their typical classes.
These courses run in 5 weeks sessions. Students experience different creative skills and techniques, which they'll use to present a piece at the end of the course.
We run 5-day art and design courses during half terms and school holidays. In these immersive sessions, students learn closely from our expert tutors.
Seán Myers works with Foundation, BA and MA students at Central Saint Martins. He is an artist and lecturer and also runs a silkscreen printing studio in North London.
To see images of previous student work, view the galleries on Seán's website: www.seanmyersprint.com.
To learn more about Seán, read his interview on the CSM Short Courses blog here.
Sarah Manning has over 20 years industry experience after working for retailers Harrods, Selfridges, Harvey Nichols and Marks & Spencer. Sarah has run her freelance business for over 12 years working for a selection of London based retail and department stores, as well as retail clients overseas - offering freelance services in Visual Merchandising training and consultancy. Her work includes planning and installing in-store promotions, consulting on product presentation and store layout principles, designing and installing window concepts.
Sarah teach’ s the online Visual Merchandising and Window Display courses for the UAL, as well as the short Visual Merchandising Courses for both London College of Fashion & Central Saint Martins.
Graduating from UAL’s Central Saint Martins with a BA(Hons) in Fashion and Textiles, Jill worked as a textile designer in the studios of GP & J Baker, Calver & Pound and Design Archive. Later becoming a freelance designer she worked to commission for Sanderson, Monkwell and Next as well as teaching modules on print design at Central Saint Martins.
For the last 15 years Jill has been art teacher at Sandingham School, teaching fine art and textiles for a wide range of age groups including GCSE and A level. She also has an independent business designing and making hand printed shirts, t-shirts and scarves.