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International Women's Day
Find out about City Lit’s events and courses celebrating International Women’s Day 2024.
Former City Lit Student Hosts First Solo Exhibition for International Women’s Day
‘This Delightful Woman’ is an exhibition featuring art produced by Susannah Goulding over the past five years, following her diagnosis with terminal cancer.
The City Lit building in London
We keep bringing onboard new people to teach for us to keep the provision across history, politics, philosophy and science dynamic and always evolving.
The back of two peoples' heads who are watching a movie at the cinema
Cultural Studies is a rich, varied and constantly evolving discipline where you can explore a diverse range of topics and boost your critical and analytical skills.
Of all the Printmaking processes, Lithography seems the most diabolical. So why do I and many other artists love lithography?
Social Media Marketing Employee
Social media is essential today for nearly every organisation. City Lit Director of PR, Marketing & Communications Gordon Chi discusses about how to kickstart a career in social media marketing.
2024 City Lit Fellows

2024 City Lit Fellows

5 February 2024
This year we welcome four more wonderfully talented and highly committed Fellows: Will Gompertz, Claudette Johnson MBE, Professor Olivette Otele and Russell Tovey.
Tutor points to a screen and speaks to digital skills students
23 online safety tips covering everything from basic password protection to more sophisticated solutions for internet security.
Dame Evelyn Glennie becomes Patron of the City Lit Percussion Orchestra
Dame Evelyn Glennie has become the Patron of the City Lit Percussion Orchestra. To celebrate, she visited City Lit to collaborate with the musicians.
Mary Beard with Lindsay Nicholson
Dame Mary Beard visited City Lit last week to talk about her new book 'Emperor of Rome' with City Lit Chair of Governors Lindsay Nicholson.