GSA education promotes studio-based learning, where students work in a shared environment that is intended to foster a creative community. Because what you learn as an artist or designer is unique to you, creative learning is often about discussion and debate rather than instruction. Your peers, tutors, technicians, and artists or designers in residence are part of a creative community of people you can learn from. These pages explore the nature of learning as part of a creative community:
Studio-Based Learning is more than working in one space, it is a concept and a way of producing work that is common to many creative disciplines.
Working in Your Studio explores they ways in which you can best make use of your studio space and other resources.
Participating in a Creative Community offers advice about how to make the most of opportunities to learn from others on your course.