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Picturebook Summer School

CPD and short courses (short course)


5 days


Enjoy learning about the process of writing and illustrating a picturebook for children.

Full description

Who should attend?

Anyone with some drawing experience who is interested in learning more about the picturebook creation process.


29 July – 2 August 2024

Where you'll study

Your department and faculty

At Cambridge School of Art, we combine the traditions of our past with the possibilities afforded by the latest technologies.

Using our expertise and connections in Cambridge and beyond, we nurture creativity through experimentation and risk-taking to empower the makers and creators of the future.

Our academics excel at both practice and theory, making a real impact in their chosen fields, whether they are curating exhibitions, designing book covers or photographing communities in Africa. They are also regularly published in catalogues, books, journals and conference papers, their research classed as being of ‘international standing’, with some elements ‘world-leading’, in the most recent Research Excellence Framework.

Where can I study?

Lord Ashcroft Building on our Cambridge campus

Our campus is close to the centre of Cambridge, often described as the perfect student city.

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Fees & funding

Course fees

Full price




Funding for CPD: Please ask your manager or Education Lead about available funding before you apply.

Contact details

For more information please contact Olu Oke at [email protected].

Entry requirements

There are no study prerequisites to attend this Summer School, although we do recommend you are confident in your drawing skills so you can draw out your ideas swiftly.

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