MA Conservation graduate speaks at international conference
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A celebration of 2018 MA success

A celebration of 2018 MA success

The Art School celebrated the achievements of its 2018 graduating MA Fine Art and MA Conservation students in a Prize-Giving and Celebration event that took place on Monday 10 September, and was followed by the MA Show Private View.      Tamiko O’Brien, Art School Principal, opened the ceremony with a congratulatory address to the [...]

Art School Young Ambassadors at Homo Faber, Venice

Art School Young Ambassadors at Homo Faber, Venice

City & Guilds of London Art School is delighted that some of its students and recent alumni are currently in Venice taking part in Homo Faber as Young Ambassadors.     Meet some of the faces of the future of European Fine Craftsmanship: Anna Ng (Conservation), Will Barsley (Historic Carving) and Olivia McILvenny (Conservation). Homo Faber [...]

Outstanding results in the 2018 National Student Survey

Outstanding results in the 2018 National Student Survey

We are delighted to announce that our 2017/18 graduating students have ranked their experience at the Art School very highly and surpassing the higher education sector average, in the National Student Survey (NSS), which has now published its 2018 results. 100% of our final year students eligible to complete the survey who graduated in June 2018, chose the top score, ‘Definitely [...]

New Art School Honorary Fellow, Rosy Greenlees, OBE

New Art School Honorary Fellow, Rosy Greenlees, OBE

We are delighted to welcome Rosy Greenlees, OBE, as the Art School’s new Honorary Fellow, who accepted the title at our recent Prize-Giving Ceremony on 26 June 2018. The title of Honorary Fellow is awarded to individuals who have made outstanding national or international contributions to art, craft, heritage or materiality, education or pedagogy. Rosy [...]

Carving student's cat corbel in Evening Standard

Carving student's cat corbel in Evening Standard

The work of Historic Carving student, Miriam Johnson, was featured in the Evening Standard on Friday 6 July 2018, when the newspaper published an article about a new stone corbel depicting Doorkins Magnificat, the renowned stray cat, and social media sensation, adopted by vergers at Southwark Cathedral ten years ago.           [...]

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