City Lit Blog


City Lit fine art exhibition, 18 - 23 July, PV Thursday 20 July

Join City Lit fine art students to celebrate their work from this years course presented at Espacio Gallery  

Hillary May?

There is more than a passing similarity between Hillary Clinton and Theresa May. It’s not just their gender, it’s the kind of politician and person they are and the circumstances they operate in. They are both cautious and hard working; they have a tendency to be control freaks; and they operate with a tight loyal inner-circle.

Morning Motivators

Start your day off on the right foot with these energising morning courses. Whether you’re looking to improve your fitness or find a little creative stimulation, we’ve got a great line-up of early morning courses....

City Lit’s Mark Malcomson explores the changing nature of work in this week’s TES

City Lit Principal and CEO Mark Malcomson features in this week’s edition of TES, exploring the changing nature of the working world. In the article, Mark explores the manta of the ‘100 year life’ – with employees increasingly working longer, embracing opportunities to retrain or explore a career change, and abandoning retirement plans to take on more flexible work patterns later in life.

Free family workshops this half term

Join our half term workshops for children, parents, grandparents, and carers. Don’t miss this opportunity to create something fun as a family!

City Lit students – tell us your stories!

Got an interesting story to tell? We want to find out about your experiences at City Lit and hear your views on how and why the college matters to you. Your opinions mean a lot to us as we continue to fundraise and start preparing for our centenary celebrations – your story tells others what makes City Lit special...

Enjoy wine tasting at City Lit

Wine tasting enthusiasts can try interesting wines from around the world at the City Lit Wine Club.

City Lit garden design courses: Design your dream city garden

Looking to add a splash of colour to your city garden? No matter how large or small your garden, there are plenty of small changes you can make to your horticultural routine to help enhance the look of an urban garden.With that in mind, here are 5 starter tips to help newcomers to city gardening bloom into experienced horticulturalists.

How to pick the right yoga class

Keen to take up yoga but not sure where to start?

READYMADE – art, objects and ideas

This summer, to celebrate the centenary Marcel Duchamp's illustrious Readymade ‘Fountain’, City Lit Arts has curated a special programme of courses and exhibitions exploring art, objects and ideas: from pots to props, still life to assemblages, brooches to baskets, the summer school will celebrate objects and things as central to what artists and makers do, and interrogate what objects mean to us in the 21st Century.

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