Enterprise Studio: Summer School

enterprise summer

What’s in store after graduation?
Do you dream of your own start-up studio or company?
Would you like to explore the potential of your ideas?

Enterprise Studio: Summer School is a free, three-week long programme open to students and recent graduates from The Glasgow School of Art (GSA), the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS) and University of the Arts London (UAL). The programme is designed to equip you with the digital, entrepreneurial, collaborative and practical skills that will support you in making the transition from student to professional, creative practitioner.

Find Out More
Join us at the Reid Auditorium at GSA on 4 May at 12.15pm for an hour’s Briefing Session. Led by Fred Deakin (UAL) and Libby Anson (GSA) you will find out more about the programme, how it can help you and how to apply.

Click here to Register for the Briefing Session on Eventbrite now.  

About Enterprise Studio: Summer School

You will enjoy process-driven, production-led and taught delivery methods that offer an experiential programme intended to inspire, challenge and enable you to test and develop your skills in a safe environment.
Enterprise Studio: Summer School allows you to:
Get critical feedback from leading industry experts
+ Collaborate with peers from UAL and RCS
+ Create a cross-disciplinary portfolio project
+ Engage with cutting-edge digital tools
+ Develop practical skills for launching your business
+ Gain a year of postgraduate Business Development Support
+ Build your Creative Network
Enterprise Studio: Summer School takes place over three weeks 23 July – 10 August 2018, and includes an intensive two-week programme – Modual:

Modual: is an innovative educational initiative created by Fred Deakin, Professor of Digital Arts at University of the Arts London. Over the course of Modual: you will explore your inner creative purpose, develop vital cross-disciplinary collaborative skills and create your own innovative projects, alongside regular mentorship from leading industry experts. At the end of the second week, you will present your projects to a live audience of creative industry leaders, peers and investors.

As part of the final week of the Summer School, you will then choose whether or not you want to transition into a physical space within the city of Glasgow, to start your creative business. If you choose this option, you will be supported by a year-long programme of Business Development Support.

More on Modual:
Watch the short video:
Twitter @modualworkshop
Instagram @modual_workshop

Any Questions?
Contact Libby Anson l.anson@gsa.ac.uk

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