Learn from someone else’s mistakes and master the art of managing your brand so well that it speaks for itself.
Fill in the gaps in your knowledge of creativity in design and analytical processes, learn to communicate with both creative and number-crunching teams, and become a universal employee.
The Atomic Garden in numbers:
67 of them work every day what they teach
Over 1,000 hours of learning a year
School & teachers
Our teachers are the school. We work with the strongest advertising, marketing and communication professionals from Lithuania and abroad, to provide the Atomics with the best knowledge applicable in practice. Our teachers are happy to share their knowledge and wisdom, while also trying to ensure The Atomic Garden students feel like they are at work and not sitting at a school desk.
Before turning to advertising, Gabrielius spent 10 years working at several radio stations as a DJ, music editor, news editor and programme director, as...
Our Head of Creativity in Advertising course, Antonio took his first steps in the field of advertising as a copywriter at Leo Burnett Lima,...
Tomas, Head of the Digital Communication course, is the Director of Choco Agency, one of the main digital marketing agencies in Lithuania.
Milk | Creative Director
The Psychology and Communication graduate Rimantas is probably the most experienced advertising creator in Lithuania. Under his leadership, Milk was repeatedly awarded the title...
Why choose The Atomic Garden
Situations that imitate the real work environment.
Teacher-practitioners who are the best specialists in their fields.
Courses that are developed and updated, taking into account the current trends and market needs.
Partnerships with the country’s largest agencies and companies.
We are just as proud of our alumni, whom we call Atomics with a capital A. Whether they came to our school to gain more knowledge or to start a new stage in their career, they are now top-level professionals and our best business cards. Read reviews and learn more about the first-hand experience of studying the courses you find interesting.
Deux Chaises Creative
This course was not only useful but also a fun challenge for me. I started it with a good understanding of brand strategy, but Clare’s lectures as well as those of the other teachers helped me to delve deeper into different concepts and gave me new tools, which I’ve already had the opportunity to use in my personal and professional projects. It was very interesting to create by looking specifically through the prism of a GOOD brand: from brand story to copywriting or innovative and sustainable packaging alternatives. For both those who have never created a brand before and those who have already experienced the creative process – this course will give inspiration, understanding of market trends or will even help to develop a new brand!
After completing the Creativity in Advertising course, I began to work with in-house digital product teams, so my creative work started requiring a deeper understanding of numbers. Hence, the newly launched Creative Performance course immediately appeared on my must-do list. I really liked having more than one course leader, because we got twice as much insights and relevant information, applicable to digital creation, planning and analytics.
Creative Performance MyBee After completing the Creativity in Advertising course, I began to work with in-house digital product teams, so my creative work started requiring a deeper understanding of numbers. Hence, the newly launched Creative Performance course immediately appeared on my must-do list. I really liked having more than one course leader, because we got twice as much insights and relevant information, applicable to digital creation, planning and analytics. The most interesting aspects of the course for me were their flexibility and the students themselves. The backgrounds of all the participants were quite different, and it allowed me to look into a lot of areas that I wouldn’t have thought of myself. Although the sessions were held after work, motivation was constantly boosted by the lively nature of the classes, which were tailored to the real world issues and needs of the time. It is only because of this flexibility that I have unexpectedly found a new topic of interest, which will certainly be easier to delve into with my fresh knowledge and contacts.
I hesitated long and hard about joining The Atomic Garden, and had a lot of doubts about whether the school would meet my expectations. Now I can safely say that it was more than worth it. I met many professionals of this market and learned more in six months than others do in four years of university. And, of course, I got the job I wanted and loved. What more could you ask for?
I am happy that we finally have a high-level Creative Performance course in Lithuania. Best of all, it was created by The Atomic Garden, which brought together the innovators of this new direction. At the moment, the market is witnessing the fusion of creativity and performance art, and brands that understand the necessity of this are several steps ahead of their competitors.
This course is very dynamic. It is a chance for participants with different objectives to learn and network. The strength of the course is undoubtedly the teachers, who share their experience, as they are the best experts in the market from the best agencies and companies in Lithuania and abroad. That says it all. The course is very flexible – you get what you take. Creative Performance is the future and this course is the best tool to get to grips with how to employ this trend to your personal or business benefit.
I trained at The Atomic Garden because I thought that later on, like on Mad Men, I would have a secretary and wearing a suit, with a cocktail in my hand, I would be explaining to clients what women want.
During the course, I realised that this is pure nonsense. It’s a good thing that my teachers and my creative partner helped me to notice these things when I was 22 and not much later in life.
… when you see an elderly supermarket cleaner who seems to be typing something on her phone, but when you get closer you see that she’s just putting on a pair of rubber gloves, you stop for a moment and you realise the differences between generations, the influence of social networks, changing habits, addictions that can easily be transformed into a new advertisement, and then you remember what your teacher said: life comes first, so you stop, you put an idea somewhere in your head for the future, but what can you do when after this course your perception completely changes, so you work every moment, and your thoughts are just one long sentence, full of ideas and insights that never end…
Inspiring and engaging – that is what this course was for me. Interesting, high-quality and relevant theory was combined with a hands-on practical part, during which excellent professionals in their respective fields shared their experience. It was a great opportunity not only to create, but also to get answers to questions that arise when working with real clients. Special compliments to the course leader Clare McNally, who not only teaches the theory brilliantly, but is also fantastically inspiring! Even if you come up with 50 ideas and you feel that it’s all you can do, she will inspire you to come up with at least 10 more. These were intense months that strengthened the knowledge I already had and inspired me to create more and with more courage.
After spending some time at school, you realise that you know even less than ever. It makes you feel anxious that you weren’t previously interested in this horrible but wonderful thing called advertising. And then comes the real breakthrough. You become an avid reader, experiencer and listener of all things related to advertising. You become more open to life in general and, in the end, you start to create appalling, and maybe sometimes brilliant, advertisements yourself.
I had long been dreaming of working in advertising, but I was lost, distracted and wandering around in circles. The Atomic Garden fundamentally changed the course of my life by helping me harness my scattered creativity, introducing me to the colourful world of advertising and giving me the opportunity to learn from the coolest teachers. In addition, my dream came true – after finishing the Creativity in Advertising course, my teacher Rimantas Stanevičius invited me and my creative partner to join the creative team of Milk agency.
The experience and knowledge gained at The Atomic Garden school is unique and invaluable – it helps you not to get stuck in the creative process, to believe in yourself and to always find a way out. Being a creator is not easy, but I say THANK YOU for the opportunity to engage in it every morning.
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In 1323 the Grand Duke of Lithuania Gediminas wrote a letter inviting craftsmen, merchants, knights and farmers from the Western countries to come to Lithuania. The name of Vilnius was mentioned for the first time ever, and therefore the date of this letter is considered to be the birthday of Vilnius. The 11th edition of […]
Kristina Mažeikytė joins the teaching staff of The Atomic Garden. She will lead the Brand Manager course. The Chief Marketing Officer of Lidl Lithuania has more than 20 years of experience in the field of marketing. She has worked in the largest banking, telecommunications, energy, and retail companies in Lithuania and the Baltic States. In […]
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