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City Lit - where London learns

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Outstanding teaching!!

The biggest appeal of the Access Course to me was the speed of it. I didn’t want...more

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An investigation of key themes in contemporary craft thinking for creative practitioners from diverse disciplines, this course explores ideas of ‘sustainable practice’, creating value, and the motivations...more

Duration: 5 weeks

Part time evening

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Introduction to Workers Educational Association (Wea)

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workers educational association (wea) profile who offer Craft Appreciation courses In the UK

The WEA is the UK's largest voluntary sector provider of high quality adult education with classes across the country.

(4.1)
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Part of the stunning experience in entering our cathedrals is the colour and imagery of the stained glass, medieval through to modern. We will examine outstanding examples of this glass to see how it was...more

Duration: 5 weeks

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Art might be one of the smallest words in the dictionary, but these three, unassuming letters open up a world of creative opportunity for anyone who wishes to grasp it. Perhaps art has been your life-force since the very first time you picked up a...

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Art , for the uninitiated, is generally quite confusing. ‘What makes art, ‘art’?’ is a question many have asked and even some of the world’s top artists can’t answer it. Some say it’s about being unique, some say it’s about skill, some say it’s...

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