On November 10, Human Resources Development Agency officially started the first level of the online course in Game Design. The training is completely free and is aimed at creative and ambitious young people from the city of Ruse and the region, who due to financial, health or other reasons do not have the opportunity to continue their education or to participate in specialized training courses.Read more
Last week the team of Creative Center Ruse met with representatives of the Municipality of Ruse, where they discussed future partnerships for developing trainings in the field of creative industries and the introduction of innovative teaching methods for students.Read more
In response to the great interest in the innovative trainings organized by Creative Center Ruse, the online course in Game Design will officially start on November 10th. The training is completely free and is aimed at creative and ambitious young people from the city of Ruse and the region, who due to financial or other reasons do not have the opportunity to continue their education or to participate in specialized training courses.Read more
The third group of CODE students started at Tartu Art School this autumn. What is the best way to turn a group of strangers into a good team? Definitely physical work! A couple of days working together in the fresh air and nature work wonders. By now, the group has already studied several weeks at Tartu Art School, which also include a couple of exciting workshops from alumni of previous CODE groups.
Creative Center Ruse started its joint work with the schools from the Municipality of Ruse, launching online its first joint pilot training with students from Ruse High School of Mathematics.
The aim of the training is to acquaint the students of the 12th grade of the high school with the various opportunities for development in the field of the game industry, to acquire skills for working with the main types of software, as well as to receive useful information for their development in the field. The joint lessons will continue throughout November. The wish of the team and the students is, if the epidemic situation allows, these classes to be held in the hall of the Creative Center Ruse in compliance with the anti-epidemic measures.Read more
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