Hello English language learners and friends of Blue Noun English Language School in Scotland! Today our English language school for creative minds wants to share with you an opportunity for professional development. We have an international work experience opportunity to offer 4 international art students.
Are you an art/design student?
Develop professional English & Art skills with this unique and free training opportunity for international creative students.
“We know you can’t travel at the moment and your professional development is taking a big hit. That’s why we’ve created this opportunity.”
Ruth Pringle, Blue Noun English Language School
“The doors to our collections and galleries might be shut but our imaginations are forever open. Making, showing and experiencing art has created so much joy, connection and solace for many thousands of people,”
“I expect people may actually invent animals that perhaps haven’t evolved in the natural course of Darwinian evolution, but need to evolve in order to express what is happening inside people,”
“Dragons, some fantastical animals with multiple legs – as many pseudopodia as are necessary to express an inner vitality. I’m asking people to evoke their spirit animal.”
Blue Noun English Language School reading area window
The specifics of this training opportunity with Blue Noun English language School in Scotland.
“I just see it as a chance to create an international work experience opportunity for art students whose career and professional development have taken a hit during these COVID times. “
Ruth, Blue Noun English language School, 2021
Included in this international work experience opportunity…
How to apply to our international work experience opportunity.
Blue Noun English Language Challenge
We hope you’ve enjoyed our dip into the built environment of Strathearn, Perthshire.
We cover a broad range of topics in our language school blogs – some a lighthearted look at Scotland, others an in-depth look at art and culture. There’s something for everyone.
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Your Blue Noun English Language Challenge is:
‘Put a Thing In an Odd Place’ – as instructed by David Shrigley
Go on! Dare you! And tell us about it in the comments. Write as much as you like, and if you would like us to check & correct your English, write CP (correct please) at the end.
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