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Music history: your guide to our programme

 Music history: at City Lit 

Five books to boost creativity from Dan Fardell, Head of 2D

Need to give your imagination a boost or relieve creative block? Dan Fardell, Head of Programme - 2D Studies at City Lit shares five less conventional books that may inspire a new project, idea or discussion.

Celebrating Artist and Carer Angela Tulloch during Carers Week, 8-14 June 2020

We're celebrating the carers in our community during this week's Carers Week. We got back in touch with Visual and Performing Arts student Angela Tulloch, who cares for her Mother, to see how they are both getting on balancing looking after each other during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Q&A with City Lit scholarship recipient Beena Nadeem

Beena Nadeem is one of the three recipients of the Malorie Blackman scholarship for ‘Unheard Voices’. We recently caught up with Beena to find out more about her City Lit experiences, winning the scholarship, and her future ambitions…

Q&A with City Lit scholarship recipient Celestine Fraser

Celestine Fraser is one of the three recipients of the Malorie Blackman scholarship for ‘Unheard Voices’. We recently caught up with Celestine to find out more about her City Lit experiences, winning the scholarship, and her future ambitions…

How to make the most out of your learning style whilst studying from home

Take a fun quiz to find out which of the 7 learning styles best describes you.

Mental health: how to be kinder to yourself

Kindness to yourself and others is the key message from this year's Mental Health Awareness Week. If you are starting to think about being kinder to yourself, here we offer some suggestions to support you.

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