BA (Hons) Carving: Architectural Stone

Former students often find work in leading workshops serving the architectural heritage world. Many set up workshops on their own or with fellow students.

The Art Schools alumni have carried out many significant projects on historic buildings including the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, The Tower of London, St Pauls Cathedral, Ely, Worcester, Lincoln and Gloucester Cathedrals, York Minster, the Globe Theatre, Temple Bar, Brighton Pavilion, Uppark House, Westminster Abbey and Kings College Chapel, Cambridge.

New work by former students can be seen in many major public commissions: examples include the Modern Martyrs statues for Westminster Abbey, the Tibetan Peace Garden at the Imperial War Museum, the Lion and Unicorn Sculptures for the spire of St. Georges Bloomsbury, and the statue of Sir Hans Sloane in Chelsea.

Contemporary sculptors who have employed Historic Carving alumni as assistants include Anish Kapoor, Rachel Whiteread, Damien Hirst and Peter Randall Page.


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