Festival of Creative Learning
A celebration of the Festival of Creative Learning!
Welcome to the Festival of Creative Learning, a year-long series of events exploring creative learning and innovation at the University of Edinburgh, culminating in a curated week of events each February.
Click here to book onto Festival events throughout the year, and for our Festival of Creative Learning 2019 programme which will be available in January.
If you would like to run a Festival of Creative Learning Pop-up event any time other than during our curated week in February, click here.
We are in the process of planning our next events and will share them with you here as soon as they are available to book. Thanks for your interest and in the meantime please explore the rest of our website!
We are delighted to announce that the application window for the Festival of Creative Learning 2019 is now open. This year’s Festival will take place from the 18th-22nd of February 2019. Send us your innovative, collaborative, mindful, fascinating, challenging, unusual, extraordinary and super creative ideas for events that celebrate news ways of learning and teaching at …
In the following article, poets Stav Poleg (Magma) and Jennifer Williams (University of Edinburgh) introduce the collaboration of Magma Poetry with the University of Edinburgh and the Festival of Creative Learning. What better place and time to contemplate a collaboration? It was the peak of the Edinburgh festival season. We met for a coffee at Dovecot Studios, discussing ways … Continue reading Poets and Filmmakers: from Page to Screen
Two students at the University of Edinburgh share their experiences of participating in a Disability Research Edinburgh network event at the Festival of Creative Learning. Jinghua Qian and Yu Fang are from China. They are post-graduate students at the University of Edinburgh, one in education and the other in social science, and they met at this … Continue reading Transformational Learning about Disability Rights at the Festival of Creative Learning
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