City Lit Blog


Predictions are so last year – this is the year of expectations!

Read City Lit Principal and CEO Mark Malcomson's latest blog post about the British General Election...

London's diverse wildlife

London might not be the first place that springs to mind if you were asked to think about nature. When I first set up shop as a wildlife guide here I was asked on several occasions “aren’t there just rats and pigeons in London?” And yes, we do indeed have a good line in rats and pigeons here.

London Craft Week 2017: Highlights

London Craft Week is running from 3-7 May at various locations around the capital. The event is London’s leading showcase of exceptional craftsmanship featuring hidden workshops and unknown makers alongside celebrated masters, famous studios, galleries, shops and luxury brands.

Jewellery tutor Louise Seijen Ten Hoorn displays work at New York exhibition

City Lit jewellery tutor Louise Seijen Ten Hoorn has recently returned from New York after displaying her latest range of jewellery at an exhibition at the city's prestigious Museum of Modern Design.

An evening with Sumayya Usmani to discuss her latest cookbook 'Mountain Berries & Desert Spice'

Join us for a free talk, food tasting and book signing with former City Lit student Sumayya Usmani.

Learning Disability Art Exhibition – April 2017

City Lit’s Learning Disability Art Exhibition took place this week on the 3rd and 4th floor of the college’s Keeley Street building. Work from a number of students on the Art Workshop course was on display. City Lit offer a discrete programme of non-accredited courses for people with learning difficulties and disabilities (LDD) with strengths in visual arts, music and drama.

City Lit welcomes Mayor of London’s commitment to improve skills for Londoners

The Mayor of London has today (27th April 2017) launched Skills For Londoners, an initiative aimed at making sure all Londoners have the opportunity to train in the skills needed to thrive in the modern day economy.

City Lit share experience on improving student engagement and using student feedback at leading industry conference

City Lit Student Experience Manager Libby Tooke-Mitchell recently attended the Change Agents Network Conference 2017 at the University of Exeter to talk about her experiences of working with students at City Lit to help improve feedback at the college...

City Lit to partner with Affordable Art Fair in Hampstead this May

City Lit is pleased to announce it is once again teaming up with the Affordable Art Fair in Hampstead between 11-14 May 2017.

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