Printing and Weaving Saturday Club
for Years 9, 10 & 11
Saturday 6 November - Saturday 27 November, 10am - 2pm each Saturday at our Farnham Campus. This FREE Printing and Weaving Saturday Club is open to students in Years 9, 10 and 11. The deadline for applications is now closed.
This 4-week printing and weaving club will be run by two of our Creative Workshop Tutors, Jo Hayward and Jo Sapia. Participants will gain an exciting introduction to woven and printed textiles.
Explore the basics of weave taught by Jo Sapia. She will show you interesting weave structure to experiment with using recycled fabrics, papers and textile foils to then transfer onto fabrics.
Jo Hayward with then introduce you to printed textiles, explore techniques using sublimation and screen printed designs. Take part in a collaborative project to create decorative bunting which you with showcase at the final exhibition and well as using your ideas to develop designs on a T-shirt and tote bag.
Sessions will run over four consecutive Saturdays on the following dates/times:
Saturday 6 November, 10:00 - 14:00
Saturday 13 November, 10:00 - 14:00
Saturday 20 November, 10:00 - 14:00
Saturday 27 November, 10:00 - 14:00
Applications are now closed. Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions about our Saturday Clubs.
Disclaimer: UCA reserves the right to cancel or amend this activity at any time prior to the event. In the event of any changes, applicants/participants and their parents/carers will be notified accordingly.
6 November 2021 - 27 November 2021
10:00 - 14:00 (GMT)
6 November 2021 - 27 November 2021
10:00 - 14:00 (GMT)
UCA’s Saturday Clubs are suitable for students who are studying or have an interest in creative subjects and would like to develop their skills and portfolio.
The aim of the course is to provide an opportunity for young people to access free art and design tuition from a higher education institution to support them in the development of their portfolio of work. It's also designed for students who may not otherwise have the chance to access such an opportunity.
Priority will be given to applicants who meet one or more of the following criteria:
- are the first generation in their family to study at higher education level (e.g. Degree, HND, HNC)
- are currently eligible for Free School Meals
- come from a neighbourhood with low overall progression rates to higher education (determined by postcode using POLAR 3 data)
- are from a black or minority ethnic (BAME) background
- are in, or have lived under local authority care
- have caring responsibilities for a family member
- have a disability
- attend a KaMCOP, KMPF or HEON partnered school (a list of eligible schools is included below)
- live in HEON or KaMCOP target postcode area
- have not previously attended a UCA Easter or Summer School programme
Allocation will also be based on your personal statement, where we would like to see an evident passion for the subject and an interest in studying a creative subject at a higher level.
This information will be gathered via UCA’s Saturday Clubs application form and will be assessed by the University’s Outreach Manager and Outreach Officer.
Once the application deadline has passed, we will consider all applications against the priority criteria listed above to determine who will be offered a place. A decision will be sent in writing to confirm whether a place on the programme has been secured, and successful applicants will be asked to confirm their place in writing. Where the programmes are oversubscribed, unplaced applicants who meet the criteria outlined above will be kept on a waiting list and allocated spaces should they become available. UCA reserves the right to cancel or amend Saturday Club activities at any time prior to the start of the club. In the event of any changes, applicants/participants and their parents/carers will be notified accordingly.
If an applicant decides not to accept their offer, they must inform UCA staff via email as soon as possible so spaces can be reallocated where possible, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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- All Hallows Catholic School
- Ash Manor School
- Brooklands College
- Chertsey High School
- Christ's College, Guildford
- Collingwood College
- Cove School
- Farnborough College of Technology
- Farnham Heath End School
- Farnham Sixth Form College
- Fernhill School
- George Abbot School
- Guildford College of Further and Higher Education
- Hoe Valley School
- Jubilee High School
- Kings College for the Arts and Technology
- Merrist Wood College
- NESCOT College
- Salesian School, Chertsey
- Samuel Cody School
- St John the Baptist Catholic Comprehensive School, Woking
- St Paul's Catholic College
- St Peter's Catholic School
- Strodes College
- The Beacon School
- The Bishop Wand Church of England School
- The Magna Carta School
- The Matthew Arnold School
- The Sixth Form College Farnborough
- The Wavell School
- Thomas Knyvett College
- Winston Churchill School
- Woking College
- Woking High School
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