Activities

During our Summer Schools, you'll spend time working in subject-based studios alongside tutors and Outreach Ambassadors who are experts in their field. 


Develop a fresh body of work for your portfolio 

By the end of the week you'll have a range of work that represents you as a young creative and you'll take away tips on how to fuel your own self-directed projects. Find out what it takes to develop work for applying 
to university courses at foundation diploma or undergraduate degree level. 

Celebrate the work you create 

On the last day of the Summer Schools each College will host a group celebration to showcase the work you've produced. Invite friends and family to share this experience with you . 

See below for further details of the London College of Communication summer school: 

Animation 

Immerse yourself in pre-production and design for animation. Develop your digital skills to create a short, animated film using 
2D {digital) drawn animation techniques with TV Paint. 

Film and Television 

Get hands-on experience in directing, camera work, scriptwriting, sound and editing in the making of short films. Learn how to collaborate as part of a production team in our technical studios. 

Graphic Communication and Illustration 

Generate experimental and creative outcomes using practical and digital processes. Understand the connections and differences between illustration, graphic design and graphic branding.

Contemporary Media

Devise ways to market and communicate ideas and information 
to an audience through print, word and digital methods. Understand how the advertising, publishing and media communication industries are connected.

Photography

Explore different approaches to photography, including documentary, photojournalism and fine art imagery whilst continuing to develop your camera skills. 

Eligibility criteria 

Students who meet any of the criteria below will be eligible for Insights:

  • Students from low-income backgrounds (based on their London post code)
  • Students whose family receives benefits* for living costs
  • Students whose parent(s) or guardian(s) have not completed a university degree
  • Looked after children and Care Leavers    

*Including: Universal Credit, Child Tax Credit, Free School Meals, Housing Benefit, Income Support, Income based Job Seekers Allowance (JSA), Pupil Premium. 

Please contact us if you have any questions regarding our eligibility criteria.  

 How to apply  Students can apply to the above programmes using the link arts.ac.uk/insights-application.  

If you or your students have any questions or need support with the application, please contact us on outreach@arts.ac.uk