See Think Make project sparks creativity in FVC students

See Think Make

See Think Make project sparks creativity in FVC students

Creative Forth Valley College students have been taking part in a unique initiative to develop how the arts can enhance heritage and conservation.

Natasha Graham, Rory McPhee, Aaron Morrison and Rachel McKay who are students on courses within FVC’s Creative Industries Department have been working with See Think Make on the innovative project recently.

These photos – Crown Copyright owned by Historic Environment Scotland – were taken at the Engine Shed in Stirling recently and show the youngsters exploring their ideas and creative impulses.

See Think Make CIC is a social enterprise that is the training, support and development agency for Arts Award in Scotland.   Arts Award are a series of qualifications, accredited by Trinity College London, focusing on developing creativity, arts practice and leadership skills.  They have been working with Scran, Scotland’s Urban Past, Media Education and others on this pioneering project, the first of its kind in Scotland.

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Smiles at See Think Make
See Think Make in Stirling


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