Connecting Creative Capability aims to utilise transferable creative skills to solve core business problems in additional sectors.

About this Event

Is your business looking to explore new creative ways of working remotely?

Then this is the workshop for you!

Norwich University of the Arts invites you to take part in Connecting Creative Capability, a series of interactive virtual workshops that helps you make the most of the creative skills available to your business.

Workshop 1 – How to innovate when working remotely, lead by NUA’s Associate Professor in Fashion Education Sue Chowles, on Friday 30th April, 10:00 – 12:00.

In this workshop, Sue will help your business to identify and explore innovative ways of working remotely through a range of creative thinking and design principles.

Sue’s career spans 30+ years and in that time she has visualised, developed and written new BA and MA Fashion degree programmes at the University of Brighton, London College of Fashion and Norwich University of the Arts. In terms of her own professional practice, Sue primarily focuses on developing and exploring innovative design whilst exploring the fusion of inventive and directional creative pattern cutting.

If you have any questions regarding the project or the workshop, then please contact Ideas Factory – ideasfactory@nua.ac.uk

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Organiser: Norwich University of the Arts

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