Artlink Hull has a long history of providing creative learning opportunities for a variety of ages and groups. This has ranged from curriculum linked workshops for schools, training for artists, art classes for adults, projects with youth groups and workshops with community organisations.
Get in touch to discuss your ideas or needs: email@example.com or call 01482 345 104
UNION: The Northern School for Creativity & Activism
Artlink Hull is a partner in UNION, a sector-based coaching programme for emerging community artists and social activists across the north of England.
Throughout 2019, a group of 20 diverse participants from across the north, selected from an open application process, will take part in training that will be a blended approach of critical thinking and practical learning including:
- Five intensive weekend workshops during the year; all in different locations with differing themes and objectives. Participants are introduced to inspirational people and cutting edge work in each location. The April weekend is held here at Artlink in Hull.
- Individual one-to-one coaching sessions for each participant at different points during the year to help define their own future pathways.
- Recommendations for mentors, opportunities for work placements and training opportunities.
- A virtual workspace to continue learning and communication throughout the year and beyond.
UNION is coordinated by Heads Together Productions with support from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Arts Council England
For more information click the link here.
Socially Engaged Artist Practice Course
This is a new pilot opportunity for emerging and mid-career artists interested in this field to explore issues and practicalities of socially-engaged and participatory practice. Through discussions, placements and projects you will develop your knowledge and skills in this area of the arts. The programme is a partnership between Artlink, Creative ENRG and The Feral Art School. The programme will run between 1st October 2018 and 28th January 2019 and will consist of:
- Class-based introductory sessions
- Self-organised placement
- Planning and delivery of project activity
- Evaluation and planning for the future
Sessions will be held at Artlink, Princes Avenue, Hull and at Creative ENRG, Paragon Street, Hull.
You can download a flyer about the course here.
For more information on the programme download the course information here.
There is no course fee, but you will be required to pay £10 towards the cost of a DBS check.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions on the programme.
The closing date for applications is 13th September at 4pm.
Artlink Hull’s Explorers is a weekly after school art programme for young people aged 7 to 16. Participants have the opportunity to meet new friends, have creative fun, and learn practical art skills. To learn more, please visit our events and workshops page here or contact: email@example.com
Artlink Summer School
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 technical 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. 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.
There are two schools: West and East Hull – check out the details for each here. For a link to enrolment, click here. Places are limited so we encourage booking soon. If you have any queries please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
At Artlink Hull we are all committed to creating a safe and rewarding environment for all the children and adults at risk and the adults who work and volunteer for us. Please click here to read in full our safeguarding statement.