Fine Art (Lino Printing and Book Making) - Year 12

Course Content

Fine Art (Lino Printing and Book Making)

In this online Arts Award crash course you will be working alongside fine artist Georgia de Buriatte to develop your own artistic practice and gain experience and knowledge of the Arts and Cultural Sector. Not only learning new artistic methods but vital skills for progressing in the creative industry.

You will attend 10 sessions over 5 days to learn practical methods such as lino carving, bookbinding, and portfolio construction; and art theory such as quality artists research, skill-sharing, and experiencing arts events. All important skills for anyone wanting to enter the creative sector!

During these workshops, there will be a combination of follow along live demonstrations with Georgia making use of your materials packs, university-style seminars, and personal time to develop your own work.

You will begin by choosing a creative theme that is personal and chosen by you, allowing you chance to develop your own style and ensuring the project is useful for your future in the creative sector, whether that is aiding university applications, internships, or perhaps job roles!

 Requirements: 

  • You must be a current Year 12 student to participate in this course.
  • You must be residing in the UK for the duration of the course.
  • This course will take place via an online platform therefore you must have internet access.

Online Participation

The course will be taking place within an online classroom on Blackboard Collaborate, a secure platform which is used by University for the Creative Arts.

You may wish to participate via audio, though this is not a requirement and we recommend participation via the chat/messaging function on the page. You will not use a webcam or participate via video. All sessions will be monitored and supervised by University of the Creative Arts employees and will be recorded to allow for multiple viewings by students on the course. 

Participants will be sent a secure link to the virtual classroom each week and this will ensure that only students with an approved place on the course and UCA employees will have access to the room. 

 

Dates & Timings

The course will take place over 5 days starting Monday 27 July.

  • Monday 27 July 2020
  • Tuesday 28 July 2020
  • Wednesday 29 July 2020
  • Thursday 30 July 2020
  • Friday 31 July 2020

The days will follow the below timings:

  • 9.30am - 11am: Online workshop and demonstration
  • 11am - 1.30pm: Break and self-directed study
  • 1.30pm - 3pm: Online workshop, demonstration and discussion

How to Apply

To apply for this online summer school, please complete the application form:

Summer School 2020 - application form

Please be aware that we will prioritise applications by individual eligibility. For more information about our admissions criteria, please see here