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Lewisham College will introduce a new creative arts and design provision this September with a range of courses designed to help you develop your skills in production, performance and design.

In the UK, the creative industries contribute more than £100billion a year to the economy and continue to power the growth of the workforce employing more than 2million people annually.The Creative Arts programmes cover a wide range of disciplines, including music, photography, videography, performing arts, film, visual arts, fashion design and more.  The field has a strong vocational link with many courses designed to provide a route to a related career.

At Lewisham College, you can study arts and design, production arts, and performing arts. You will learn about the practices, principles and ethics of creative producing, as well as be introduced to industry tools and tips.   

The College has a long history and reputation in creative arts covering art and design, fashion, media, music and performing and producing arts, with courses that develop and test creativity. The courses will introduce you to broader art, design and media contexts and help you develop the skills, knowledge and understanding needed for progression in the UK’s creative industry.

Asfa Sohail, Principal of Lewisham College, said: "At Lewisham College, we are always looking to offer courses that will help our students fulfil their potential and become well-rounded professionals.  

"I am very excited to announce the introduction of a new Creative Arts provision at Lewisham College, with courses designed to equip our students with the knowledge and skills they need to progress into their chosen career path and excel in the creative industries." 

Once you complete your course, you can progress on to a specialised course, higher education or entry-level jobs in the creative sectors, including arts, design, media, film, photography, or fashion.

If you have an interest in creative arts and want to develop and test your creativity, then these courses are for you. Find out more at lewisham.ac.uk/courses/creative-arts or get in touch on 020 3757 3000 or on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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