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In the Studio with Adam Hogarth

Artist and printmaking tutor Adam Hogarth joins us in conversation about life in lockdown, converting his front living room into a studio space and his personal love for giant floral sculptures.

Meet the Head of School: Jayne Kay

Meet Jayne Kay, our Head of School for Visual Arts. We recently sat down with Jayne to ask her a few questions about her role and why she feels City Lit is a truly unique place to learn.

Meet the Head of School: Trish Shaw

We’d like to introduce Trish Shaw, the Head of School for Performing Arts. We had a chat with Trish about her role at City Lit and her passion for music and the arts.

In the Studio with Sue Doggett

We caught up with Bookbinding and Calligraphy Tutor Sue Doggett about all things books, including her latest project ‘Satellite’, lack of personal space in lockdown and a highly embroidered pair of leather gloves.

Notes on repertoire: classical racism

by Ross Thomas, City Lit clarinet and wind tutor

City Lit interior design students celebrate their work with online show

City Lit’s interior design students have created their own online show to exhibit the work they created during their one year interior design course.

Meet the Head of School: Ian Tucknott

We recently caught up with Head of School for Humanities and Sciences, Ian Tucknott to find out more about his role at City Lit and the importance of adult education today.

Summer reflections on past, present and future

What is history? What does history mean? And to whom? And, not least, who gets to decide what history should be? City Lit offer two free history taster courses with Dr Benjamin Chwistek & Dr Martin Jorgensen.

Artists in Lockdown - City Lit Fine Art students share their stories

From tighter bonds between classmates to working with alternative materials - hear from City Lit's artists who's creative journey's may have taken a different path in lockdown during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Artists in Lockdown - Aurelia Duplouich, Fine Art Year 1

"I made this series during spring 2020, at the very beginning of lockdown. I was then staying in a farm in southern France where confinement was very strict, and all I was allowed was taking short walks around the farm. And, I didn’t have a single paintbrush or drawing paper with me."

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