Greater Brighton Metropolitan College

Now in our 4th year the Northbrook MET Art & Design Saturday Club offers an exciting and varied range of creative workshops taking advantage of the extensive facilities at the West Durrington Campus. This year, our programme will explore art and design processes including drawing and painting, ceramics, collage, graphics, metal work, printmaking and photography.

The club draws on the talented tutors and students at Northbrook MET who generously share their skills to teach club members new techniques and offer support to develop and build individual portfolios, without any pressure of assessment.

Sessions take place on Thursdays from 4.30-6.30pm and warmly welcome club members from across the area. All get to know each other quickly, working creatively and productively from the start. As part of the programme, we are able to use facilities such as the 3D Workshops to design and make artefacts using equipment not usually available in school and there are opportunities to use the well equipped print room to create large-scale pieces of work.

Having built strong links to the local community creative scene, we are delighted to work with community arts organisation Creative Waves and Worthing Artists Open Houses.

Club alumni have been successful in using their art and design portfolios in GCSE work and to support applications for Level 3 courses.

October 2017 – May 2018
Exhibition Private View,
Northbrook MET
06 June 2018

Thursdays
4.30-6.30pm

Northbrook Metropolitan College
Littlehampton Road
Worthing
BN12 6NU

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Thank you for your interest in this Saturday Club. You must be aged 16 or over to send us your email address to request information about a Club. If you are aged under 16, please ask your parent or guardian to fill in the form on your behalf. When you request information about this Club, we will pass on your details to the Saturday Club organiser at Greater Brighton Metropolitan College and retain a copy of the request.

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