Creative Scotland is the national leader for Scotland’s arts, screen and creative industries. It’s their job to help Scotland’s creativity shine at home and abroad. They invest in talented people and exciting ideas.
Creative Skillset is the industry body which supports skills and training for people and businesses to ensure the UK Creative Industries maintain their world class position. Great resources on careers, training and education.
Lightbox is an online resource and supportive tool for art teachers and students. It brings together contemporary art, artists, current teaching practice, a range of assessment tools, including video assessment guides, all of which feed directly into the objectives of the WJEC Art and Design programme.
MeMyArt.com is a new, free website specifically for art and design students. MeMyArt.com helps you store, organise and share your work, interact with other art and design students and is a great resource for preparing you for foundation and degree courses.
Mrs Arty Textiles is an Art and Textiles teacher at a secondary school in the UK. There are so many sources of inspiration that she has used at school for both GCSE and A level work – mostly due to the fact that we have a lot of amazing Textile Makers in the UK at the moment.
My World of Work can help you to get a job and develop your career in art and design. Read feature articles on a wide range of topics including choosing a career, learning and training, applying for jobs and making a career change.
With over 200 courses represented, school visits to New Designers can open students’ eyes to a wide range of art and design courses available across the UK from architecture to animation, furniture to fashion, graphics to glass.
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