Colleges & Universities
We work closely with Further Education and Higher Education Institutions to support students’ development.
While the building is closed you can attend online events, explore digital resources and follow our blog, wherever you are.
We work with students to help develop cultural awareness, critical thinking and research abilities and support the development of creative and entrepreneurial skills.
We lead tours of the building to explore its origins, design and influence, and tours of the exhibitions to unravel some of the ideas and processes found in the galleries. To find out more please get in touch: email@example.com
If you are planning an independent visit please let us know in advance to avoid overcrowding in the galleries.
We coordinate half-day workshops that encourage experimentation and introduce creative skills and techniques in the De La Warr Pavilion Studio or in your classroom. To find our more please get in touch.
We host occasional work experience placements to support vocational studies, and enable students to apply and develop knowledge of cultural institutions and employability skills.
If you are interested in undertaking work experience at the De La Warr Pavilion, please contact Ashley McCormick on firstname.lastname@example.org
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Bexhill Sixth Form College We work with several departments including Art & Design and Film Studies to co-deliver modules and projects.
East Sussex College Group We support and co-deliver a number of modules and projects
University of Brighton We support and co-deliver a number of modules and projects
University College London We are working in partnership with UCL on a number of projects including The Art of Conversation with Aphasia and a cross-disciplinary group of BASc students on an Economic and Social Impact Study Brief.
The University of Leicester We offer placements for students within the School of Museum Studies.