Charlotte Clewlow
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Charlotte Clewlow

Lecturer, Designer & Learning ProducerSheffield, United Kingdom
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Charlotte Clewlow
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Charlotte Clewlow

Lecturer, Designer & Learning ProducerSheffield, United Kingdom
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  • Makerversity DIY: Making Tools For Learning
    Makerversity DIY: Making Tools For Learning
  • Makerversity - Factory - on - Thames - digital makers
    Makerversity - Factory - on - Thames - digital makersA bit about Makerversity, a making and learning space in the belly of Somerset House and our plans for development.
  • WE BELIEVE IN LEARNING THROUGH MAKING
    WE BELIEVE IN LEARNING THROUGH MAKINGWe aim to inspire the next generation of creative and practical minds through work placements, events and our education programme Makerversity DIY. Makerversity DIY is a growing curriculum of simple and exciting lessons enabling educators to incorporate making and hands-on activities into core subject. The first Makerversity DIY classes enable anyone, anywhere to make affordable ‘high tech’ classrooms and digital tools for learning themselves. Makerversity DIY lessons are made up of components
  • Makerversity presents MVWorks: From Dali to Dyson
    Makerversity presents MVWorks: From Dali to DysonMVWorks is a new programme developed to support ambitious creative individuals ­ be they artists, designers, makers or something else entirely ­ doing interesting work with technology. Its focus is on looking at the future, considering your ambitions and then doing something that will help you get there. ‘We want to confront head on the tension between making interesting work and making money because we think that’s a fertile place for good things to happen. This a deliberately open programme. The criteria on eligibility are as broad as we can make them and you can pitch any project or idea that you think will make a difference to your long ­term work. We don’t have loads of money on offer but hopefully enough to create some space for taking some risks, doing something different and taking a longer view.’ Key information MVWorks has been created by Makerversity, a pioneering community of over 60 emerging creative, technology­led businesses (170 individuals) based at Somerset House in London. Who offer affordable studio, event and fabrication spaces and prototyping tools to our members. As well as recently launching a ‘learn through making’ curriculum Makerversity DIY. The programme is funded by Arts Council England and Innovate UK through their Arts and Technology Pilot programme. This is a national programme aimed at testing new approaches to supporting innovative work at the intersection of art and technology. We’re excited to be one of the three organisations involved alongside NearNow Studio at Broadway in Nottingham and MadLab in Manchester. Somerset House Trust is a key strategic partner for Makerversity and are also significant collaborator and advisor on this programme. The programme offers: - Funding for an individual project or idea of choosing (we have a total of £100K to support c. 8­12 individuals) - The choice of a professional coach, producer or promoter to work with you during the programme - Workshops, talks and critics tailored to participants' needs, including physical making activities - Showcase opportunities and access to our network of partners, contacts and the broader creative community at Somerset House - Access to Makerversity's workspace, machines and workshops.
  • THE STORY
    THE STORYHOW MAKERVERSITY CAME ABOUT Makerversity started as a disused and derelict 3000 square meter space in the lower floors of Somerset House, an iconic 300 year old cultural centre and former palace on the banks of the river Thames. By early 2014 after 9 months of hard work and industrial quantities of paint, we had transformed the space into a vibrant creative home for over 60 businesses. We owe a huge debt of gratitude to a lot of people (not least our mums and dads) who helped us early on when we were big ideas, big mouths and with a big task on our hands.
  • Makerversity: Factory on Thames
    Makerversity: Factory on Thames
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Skills
  • Design Development
  • Design Education
  • Design Process
  • Graphic Communication
  • Teaching
  • Programme Management
  • Youth Engagement
  • User Research
  • Teamworking
  • People Person
Education
    BA (Hons) Design
     - London, United Kingdom