In March and April, Central Saint Martins will be running its popular 4 week Easter School, which offers a fantastic variety of subject areas to join. These courses are designed for students of all ages (18+), as well as courses for teenagers (16-18), that are looking to use their holiday as a time to develop their abilities, create a body of work for a portfolio or simply learn a new skill. Today, we are focusing on some of the courses on offer during week 2: 26 – 29 March 2018.
100 Drawing Projects, this fast paced course is for anyone who wants to learn about all the possible drawing skills, techniques, materials and approaches.
Ceramics For Beginners, is an experimental course designed for students that are interested in working with clay in a variety of methods and processes.
Creative Direction, attending this course will enhance your understanding of the Creative Director role, where you work on projects that mimic the work of a Creative Director.
Digital Print On Textiles, this beginners course will teach you how to design and print using a large format digital printer.
Fashion Design And Marketing, if you want to have a clearer idea of who your customers will be, and where your collections or products should be on sale, then this is the course for you!
Hand-Sewing for Couture and Bespoke Fashion, perfect hand sewing skills are essential if you work in couture fashion, bridal-wear, millinery, bespoke tailoring or theatre costume production – this course will get you on your way.
How To Become An Independent Curator, this course is designed to help you think critically about the role of the curator and for you to identify and establish your own curatorial approach.
Introduction To Product Design, this course will give you a taster of what practicing product design involves.
Introduction To Sculpture, this beginners course offers an intensive introduction to a variety of sculptural techniques.
Jewellery Making For Beginners, in this introductory jewellery course you will learn simple and practical techniques for making jewellery.
Patternmaking – Level 1, on this course you will practice using specialist equipment, pattern terminology and drawing with accuracy and confidence the correct information that should be on finished patterns.
Sustainable Materials Innovation for Product, Furniture and Packaging Design, this course focuses on the generation of ideas and design thinking within the sustainability context.
Central Saint Martins Easter School will take place over 4 weeks, from 19 March – 13 April 2018. All upcoming Easter School courses can be viewed on our website. We also run a full schedule of short courses during evenings, weekends, online, and Saturdays throughout the year.