Aspire to Arts: Creative Careers Week 28th March to 1st April 2022
Build students creative career pathways through hands on experiences of the local arts industries.
Open to Black Country Secondary Schools and Colleges: Suitable for KS3-KS5 Creative Arts, Performing Arts, Visual Art, Product Design, Textiles, Music, Drama and Design Technology students.
The Aspire to Arts Creative Careers Week will build on students’ knowledge of local creative industries and provide students with hands on experience of what their future creative careers could look like.
The sessions are led by a range of creative practitioners from local arts and cultural organisations and have been designed to support GCSE, A Level and vocational studies criteria while working towards Gatsby Benchmarks.
Sessions are free to schools/colleges and have been funded by Arts Connect, the University of Wolverhampton and Wolverhampton Arts and Culture.
To find out more or to express an interest in any of the sessions contact Becky Thompson at R.Thompson6@wlv.ac.uk
Sessions are limited to 2 per school and will be allocated based on the need of the young people involved.