Digital image provided by Amber Hicks of Winchester School of Art

Digital technology has led to advancements in digital design work, with artists using CAD in more of their work.

The University of Winchester and Winchester School of Art both run courses in digital media design and digital work.  Please see their web pages for full details.

Digital image provided by Amber Hicks of Winchester School of Art

Winchester School of Arts Games Design Summer School

The games industry is a creative, experimental medium bursting with interesting, weird and challenging ideas and needs more designers, artists and creative thinkers. The Games Design Summer School, running from 17 to 28 July 2017, introduces what games are, what the games industry is and where it could be going, through the process of making games.

You will have an opportunity to study with a design and computer specialist, learning to create games assets and understand user experience, alongside the coding skills to bring your games to life. There is no expectation of prior coding skills – you will develop these skills and more in order to make and develop your own games, with access to software including Maya, ZBrush, Unity 3D, and Adobe Creative Suite.

The school is open to everyone aged 18 or over.

Please see the attachment below. For more detailed information please see the website,