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Bartlett Outreach Announces ‘Look Think Do’ Programme

4 May 2021

The Bartlett Outreach team has announced the start of its second After School Club: ‘Look Think Do’ in collaboration with STORE.  

Boy wearing apron filing a multicoloured door handle of his design

The 10-week project is designed to introduce young people to skills and approaches taught within The Bartlett School of Architecture, and prepare future students for undergraduate education. The project was first piloted in 2019 with an East London State school, and following a Lockdown delay, will this year work with a group of Year 10 students from Westminster City School.

The After School Club gives students the chance to work with some of the most exciting designers and architects working in Europe. This year students are going to be introduced to aluminium casting, and the objects developed in the workshops will be showcased in the shop, with each student receiving a royalty from their designs. 

STORE is an association of artists, architects, and designers working to drive social change by enabling public access to art and design. 
The Bartlett Outreach Team aims to encourage prospective learners to consider higher education at The Bartlett, UCL’s Faculty of the Built Environment.