Working Space

A series of professional practice and creative sector networking events for students and Graduates of The Glasgow School of Art.

The GSA Enterprise Studio in collaboration with GSA Creative Network, is delighted to present our Working Space Programme: a series of professional practice and creative sector networking events. These early evening talks bring together students, graduates, industry experts and employers to explore a range of career and professional development themes. This special Working Space programme is most useful to recent graduates and final year students, but it is open to any of you, currently studying, who are interested in learning key tactics, tips and strategies to help you make the best use of your time at The Glasgow School of Art and to support your transition out of education and beyond graduation.

Upcoming events

Urban Regeneration the creative’s role in the city

Tuesday 24 January 2023
17:00 - 18:00 Online

Guest Speakers

Becca Thomas : Creative Director at New Practice & Architect BSc (Hons) MArch ARB. www.new-practice.co.uk

Stephen Sheriff : Creative Producer, Director of arts organisations Friends of The Pipe Factory and Strange Field, and Chair of Glasgow Arts Moving Image Studios.
www.strangefield.org
www.thepipefactory.co.uk

 

 

Careers in Film and TV

Wednesday 22 February 2023
17:00 - 18:00 Online

The film and television sector in Scotland is rapidly growing, contributing £567.6million to the Scottish economy in 2019. For this event we have brought together graduates working within the industry to talk about their experiences working in the industry and provide insights into the first steps you could make if you were interested in a Career in film and TV.

Guest speakers:
Lux Scotland:
non-profit agency dedicated to supporting, developing and promoting artists’ moving image practices in Scotland
www.luxscotland.org.uk

Additional speaker will be announced soon

The Local World of Zines and Self-Publishing

Tuesday 14 March 2023
17:00 - 18:00 Online

Looking into the history and production of zines and self-publishing this event invites leading figures in the Glasgow scene to talk about why self-publishing is important to them and what you can do to get started.

Guest speakers:

Jess Higgins|: Artist, writer and member of the workers cooperative Good Press www.goodpress.co.uk

Additional guest speaker will be announced soon

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