The PASC programme is tailored to equip learners with the relevant skills, knowledge and understanding required to work collaboratively and proficiently within a range of participatory settings, using the arts as a catalyst for positive social change.
The course is suited to young people aged 16-24 hoping to develop their practice and apply their arts specialism in areas including, but not limited to, communities, criminal justice, education, health, social care and youth work.
Learn how to create accessible and engaging workshops, evaluation technique, the fundamentals of fundraising and budgeting, and the health benefits of participatory arts. On completion of all modules, students will receive a PASC certificate from the Board of Glasgow Connected Arts Network, stipulating the skills and development achieved.
Weekly classes are currently taking place online.
PASC classes will be provided free of charge thanks to the National Lottery Young Start Fund.
The next 12 week PASC takes place from 15th September- 8th December, 7pm-8.30pm. This will take place online, but all PASC Participants will be given the opportunity to attend any live TBC events to give them the chance to meet other participants in person.
To register your free place, please complete the below form.
PASC previous student testimonials
“Inspired by the variety of art mediums in such a small group size, everybody’s been lovely and I’ve learned about financial and planning aspects I hadn’t even considered!”
“I’ve enjoyed being part of this course and glad I signed up, I feel I’ve been able to connect with some wonderful people, I like the group work we’ve been able to do that’s been a lot of fun and being able to research things and charities connected to the thing I’m passionate about.”
“Really enjoyed the course. Everyone is extremely friendly and it’s nice to have met a great group of like-minded creative individuals!”
“Brilliant to be a part of such an inclusive and supportive group where it is easy to chat and share “