Creative Learning empower people in Aberdeen to realise their potential through relevant creative and collaborative experiences which develop their skill set to enrich their lives.
Creative Learning is a city-wide service, prioritising projects based on identified need and working in partnership with others using arts, culture and creativity.
We have 3 areas of work:
- Supporting education
- Supporting communities
- Supporting creative practitioners
These areas are closely aligned to local priorities across Aberdeen.
For students, graduates, cultural workers and creative practitioners in Aberdeen. Stay connected with jobs and opportunities across the arts and creative industries in the city and beyond.
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Geronimo 2020 resource
Our Geronimo early years project introduces children and parents/carers to creativity and risk in play, using materials found at home as well as a lot of imagination! We put together a book of ideas and tips to try out Geronimo play at home.
If you like in Mastrick, Tillydrone or Tullos, and you have a little one age 0-5, you keep up to date with our Geronimo project at one of or Facebook groups for parents and carers:
Sustaining life as a creative 2020
Creative Learning invites applications from Aberdeen based creatives working in any art form and at various stages of career, seeking to define and professionalise their creative practice.
Sustaining Life as a Creative (SLAAC) is a bespoke professional development programme now in its fifth year. SLAAC provides support to creatives who have already built up their artistic skills to a graduate or equivalent level and have an ongoing commitment to their creative practice. Individuals may be finding it difficult to refine, sustain or move their practice forward.
The programme builds on individuals’ skills, confidence and resilience required to pursue and sustain a career in the creative sector. The eight-month programme involves eight days of reflective and practical learning with experienced mentors and guest speakers who will present their own creative journeys, share their experience and knowledge of how they develop and sustain their own creative practices.
Creative Learning are holding an information event on 11 January 2020.
The deadline for applications is Sunday 26 January for more information on how to apply visit the Creative Scotland website
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Sign up to receive news about our Make Your Mark programme of art workshops. We run three Make Your Mark terms a year, with workshops including stained glass, jewellery and life drawing.
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