How GBMet is making creative connections
Greater Brighton Metropolitan College will be holding a series of free, weekly virtual Q&As for local people interested in studying a creative degree. Funded by Uni Connect and delivered by community organisation Lookout, these will be held on Wednesdays during term time, from 4.30pm to 5.30pm, starting on 13th October. They will be delivered by creative professionals – ranging from hatmakers to music producers – who will offer insider tips on working in the industry and the different ways to get there. To register and receive the Zoom link, click here.
In addition, local artist Nadia Chalk is running a four-day art, design and making workshop for 16- to 25-year-olds from 26th to 29th October (10am to 3pm) at Northbrook MET’s West Durrington Campus and Brooklands Park. To register for a place and to find out more about this and other GB Met outreach activities, click here.