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EAST Summer School 2022 is Back!

The Foundation for Future London is pleased to support this year’s EAST Summer School, set to deliver another exciting programme of FREE, interactive and high-quality arts, culture, innovation and education programme for young people aged 12 to 17-years-old in Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest.

The free summar school programme will run from Monday 25 July until Friday 5 August 2022.

As part of this year’s programme, the Foundation is supporting, alongside partner City of London, a fun-filled two-day session with creative practioners and employers called ‘Supercharge your Creative Career’.

Learning an art form is a great foundation for your creative career, but developing the right supporting skills can take things to the next level.  In these sessions, a creative professional and a creative employer will help you supercharge your career opportunities by introducing you to the idea of Fusion Skills – connecting with others to combine your knowledge, experience and identities to create new possibilities.  It’s what industry creatives do all the time; and a skill that is of huge importance to creative freelancers.

Join ensemble physical theatre company The Pappy Show to explore our core Fusion Skills – communication, collaboration, and creative thinking – through their signature style of inclusivity, joy, and bravery.

With tasks and challenges co-delivered with the BBE Podcast Agency, this two-day programme will give you a valuable insight into working in the creative sector and help broaden your career opportunities.

Supported by Foundation for Future London, City of London & Culture Mile Learning.

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Open to anyone aged between 12-17 living or studying in East London. You will need to select a course you wish to take part in from the timetable below and complete the online application form here.

The deadline to register is Monday 4 July 2022.

If you have any questions or need assistance completing the online form, please contact the summer school team at summerschool@queenelizabetholympicpark.co.uk or call 07811300019. See the EAST Summer School webpage for more information and to see the schedule.

Please note that the summer school this year will be taking place in-person in and around the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Before signing up please see timetable below to check that you will be able to make the dates for your preferred course. All courses will run from 10am-4pm.

Places will be offered with priority given to those who live in Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets or Waltham Forest.

If successful, you will be receiving an email confirmation on your chosen summer school course no later than Monday 11 July 2022.

About East Summer School

Eager to develop your creative skills or expand your current knowledge in fun interactive way? 

EAST Summer School has designed a FREE unique programme to discover your hidden talents. This face-to-face programme for young people aged 12 to 17 is tailored to perfection and here to create pathways into future career opportunities: from fashion textiles to digital architecture, dance, activism, skateboarding or creating inventions to tackle climate change, this is an opportunity not worth missing out on.

Since 2018 we have invited young people in East London to sign up for our FREE unique, interactive and high-quality summer school.

East Summer School is supported by East Bank’s world-leading partners BBC, UAL’s London College of Fashion, University College London, V&A and Sadler’s Wells, all soon to be based here in East London.

The programme is also supported by Foundation for Future London, City of London, Culture Mile Learning, Mace, LMA, Staffordshire University and Bloom and is being managed by London Legacy Development Corporation.

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