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Open day + free industry workshop with Damian Keyes

Posted on February 15, 2019

Join us at our campus in Brighthelm Gardens, Brighton on Sat Mar 2nd  at 11:00am, for our Open Day.

Learn more about WaterBear’s flexible BA (Hons) & Masters Programmes for musicians and creatives. Students can study On-Campus in Brighton or Online through Distance Learning. Funding is available and all programmes are accredited by the University of Chichester.

The presentation will also include a talk from Damian Keyes who is a renowned Social Media Specialist, YouTube Entrepreneur, Musician and Author of the Amazon best selling book "The Rule Breakers Guide to Social Media'. Space is limited to 35 people so make sure to sign up ASAP.

The Open Day event is FREE to attend and space is limited.  Confirm your place for this event by completing the Masters Open Evening web form — REGISTER HERE 

Open Day & Workshop
Date: Sat, 02.03.19
Time: 11:00 - 13:00
Location: WaterBear, Brighthelm Gardens, Hanover House, Brighton BN1 3XG

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