The 8 week Creative Briefs are designed to stimulate real-world thinking and will be supported by a short film/Q&As with the industry professionals who set them. The briefs and accompanying interactive sessions are designed to be delivered remotely and in-line with expected Covid restrictions, with the schools’ involvement being supported by Babylon ARTS.

A range of artists, cultural professionals and creative organisations from across the local area have been sought to provide Creative Briefs aimed at young people aged 11 to 15. One Creative Brief has been provided from each of the industries found in the 12 creative industry sub-sectors.

Brief Title: Planning a new exhibition using our collections.

Thanks to Miranda Stearn, Head of Learning at the Fitzwilliam Museum, for providing the 'Heritage' Creative Brief.


If you are participating in the pilot project or have purchased a Creative Brief package, a hardcopy student workbook is available to be posted upon request. 

Upon your students' completion of the project, a downloadable certificate will be shared with the participating teacher for printing and distribution. 

This work has been made possible with funding and partnership support from: Festival Bridge, East Cambridgeshire and Fenland Opportunity Area, Take Your Place (NEACO) and Skills Builder Partnership.

Festival Bridge East Cambridgeshire and Fenland Opportunity Area Take Your Place (NEACO) Skills Builder Partnership

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