City Lit Blog


Flicks 2020 Film Festival, Thursday 13 August 2020

We’re proud to announce the 8th year of the City Lit Flicks Annual Film festival, this year - live from the comfort of your home!

5 essential items for a day in the studio

Raz Barfield, Head of Advanced Programmes, School of Visual Arts gives us an insight into his personal practice with tips for a successful day in the studio including documentation, research, stress management and not forgetting nutrition to make the most of your time and creative progress.

City Lit Perspectives – Made Possible: stories of inspiration from the learning disabilities community

An online in conversation with Journalist and author Saba Salman about her book 'Made Possible' which discusses the authentic experiences of people with learning disabilities. She is joined by Dan Pepper, Paralympian and swimming coach.

City Lit welcomes Gillian Keegan MP for a virtual tour of the College

City Lit welcomed Gillian Keegan MP, Minister for Skills & Apprenticeships, for a virtual tour of the College. Hosted on Thursday 25 June, the online meeting was joined by Dame Moira Gibb, Chair of City Lit Governing Body; Mark Malcomson, Principal at City Lit; and Phil Chamberlain, Executive Director External Engagement; as well as numerous representatives across the College.

History in a time of crisis

What is history? What does history mean? How does history impact the present? How does history help or hinder us in achieving progress? Is there even such a thing as progress in history? Are statues of slave-owners a part of history to be left alone, or a symbol of oppression in the present? Or both?

City Lit welcomes new rebuild plan by the Association of Colleges

Today the Association of Colleges has published a new plan: Rebuild: A skills led recovery plan outlining recommendations to the Government to implement a skills-based recovery.

A discussion with Ruby Wax OBE

City Lit Fellow and mental health campaigner, Ruby Wax OBE, will join Mark Malcomson CBE, City Lit Principal to discuss the mental health impacts of coronavirus and begin to look forward to life after lockdown.

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