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Artlink Summer School

July 30th @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm, Artlink Hull

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An event every week that begins at 10:00am on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, repeating until 17th August 2018

Are you a boy aged 14-18 looking for something to do in the summer holidays? Join us this summer to work with two of Hull’s top film-makers: Katie Sunlay of Fly Girl Films, and Peter Snelling of My Pockets- the makers of Fuzz Feed! Learn new skills, create new things, and see how people make careers out of what they love to do… Join us for three weeks this summer to earn your Bronze Arts Award Qualification for FREE as you develop your techincal skills in digital media and gain confidence and communication skills. Come with us on trips to see what goes on behind the scenes in Hull’s creative venues. There are two schools: West and East- check out the details for each below…

(This programme is particularly targeted at males, as one of the key priorities of the Force National Collaborative Outreach Programme is to increase the number of boys in Hull applying to higher education and considering graduate careers.)

WEST:

Location: Artlink Hull, 87 Princes Ave.

Time: 10 AM – 3 PM

DATES: Weekdays from 30 July – 17 August

Led by: Katie Sunlay of Fly Girl Films

Cost: FREE, bring a packed lunch – bus travel and trips included

What You Get: Film-Making Skills, Bronze Arts Award, Meeting and Making with Real-Life Artists, Designers, and Film-makers

EAST:

Location: St. Stephen’s Community Centre, Greatfield

Time: 10 AM – 3 PM

Dates: Weekdays from 30 July – 17 August

Led by: Peter Snelling of My Pockets

Cost: FREE, bring a packed lunch – bus travel and trips included

What You Get: Film-Making Skills, Bronze Arts Award, Meeting and Making with Real-Life Artists, Designers, and Film-makers

How to enrol: visit Eventbrite here.

Details

Date:
July 30th
Time:
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Artlink Hull
United Kingdom

Thanks To Our Main Funders

Arts Council Hull City Council