City Lit Blog
Dandelions and Dragons.... A free Fun Day for all the family!
His birthday will be marked by celebrations in London and beyond, and we’ve provided suggestions for what to do and see.
We are pleased to be able to offer, at very short notice, our second Artist in Residence position, in the printmaking department here at City Lit. The engagement will run from Wednesday 4th May - 7th July...
Ahead of our Explore Amsterdam workshop on the 29th April, it would be remiss of us not to take a moment to look ahead t
This year's Spanish Theatre Festival will be coming to City Lit from 12-25 June. A number of top-ranking Spanish plays, previously unseen in the UK, will be performed in the John Lyon’s Theatre in Keeley Street as part of a wider celebration of Spanish culture. All performances are in Spanish with English subtitles so that the plays are accessible to as wide an audience as possible.
City Lit Jewellery Tutor Silvia Weidenbach has been announced as the first Resident for the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Rosalind and Arthur Gilbert Collection. Celebrating this wonderful opportunity City Lit’s ‘London's Treasures: Designing Jewellery through Museum Collections’ (Course Code: VV412) will run over 8 sessions and be taught by Silvia during her residency
Following Theresa May’s surprise announcement today that an election will take place on Thursday 8th June 2017, City Lit are calling on all parties to consider the importance of adult education as they start drawing up their manifestos.
We are proud to announce our new Politics/History Day, ‘The rise of people movements’, on Saturday 20th May 2017.
City Lit responds to London Assembly report on mental health barriers for deaf and disabled Londoners
The London Assembly Health Committee has today published a report on mental health barriers for deaf and disabled Londoners.
Work from students on the foundation diploma in art and design was exhibited last week at the