Bursaries and Creative Development Courses at West Dean College
From: 26/01/2012 To: 19/08/2012 00:00 - 01:00
Location: West Dean College, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 OQZ
Phone: 0844 4994408
West Dean College, near Chichester, is offering bursaries for its new programme of Creative Development short courses which launch in April 2012.
The courses are intended to inspire and foster the evelopment of creative professionals such as designers, artists, makers or students and are taught by leading professionals in their field. The courses take place during the Easter holidays 2012 and bursaries are available for undergraduates and recent graduates of creative subjects, practising designers, artists and makers.
Head of Short Courses at West Dean Alison Baxter comments: “We have developed these new courses for more advanced makers and artists keen to develop their work alongside contemporaries. We are keen to offer these bursaries to reinforce West Dean’s overall commitment to fostering the talents of artists and craftspeople, making these courses accessible to all.”
Enamel for large-scale public art (April 1 – 5, £406)
Cross material practice – wood, clay, textiles (April 9 – 14, £457)
A creative launch pad (June 14, £103,) Suitable for all
Mark making in enamel (August 19–24, £495) Suitable for all
Over 700 short courses are offered at West Dean each year, for all levels of ability and in a vast range of subjects from pottery, mosaic making, art and textiles, to metalworking, food, gardening and creative writing. The specialist workshops and studios at West Dean are amongst the best-equipped in the UK.
APPLYING FOR A BURSARY
To apply for a bursary please download a form from the website: http://www.westdean.org.uk/CollegeChannel/ShortCourses/Information/FeesandBursaries.aspx
For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)1243 811301.
West Dean College is situated on the A286, six miles north of Chichester and six miles south of Midhurst.
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