Summer School
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An inspiring tutor who was not only able to give us her in depth knowledge but also to give us all individual time to work on what we wanted to try as the week went on. I felt like I’d achieved so much by the end of the week.’ Laura – Gilding and Verre Églomisé

SUMMER SCHOOL

Our summer short courses are a unique opportunity to step inside our renowned Art School, and explore and develop your skills and interests with our expert tutors.

Discover new talents, foster existing skills and develop your creative interests in a fun and supportive setting.

Class sizes are small, and our tutors make sure our intensive courses for adults (18+ years) are enjoyable and fun, as well as inspiring and informative. And as a student on one of our introductory courses, you’ll receive the same warm welcome that we extend to all our friends and students.

Current or former students (Foundation, BA or MA) of the Art School are eligible for 10% discount on all our summer courses.

SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMME 2022

Behind the Scenes with the Conservators – 5-7 July 2022* FULL

Etching Fundamentals – 4-8 July 2022

Lettering in Stone – 4-8 July 2022   FULL 

Introduction to Ornamental Woodcarving – 4-8 July 2022  OR 11-15 July 2022

Gilding and Verre Églomisé   – 4-8 July 2022  OR 11-15 July 2022

Observational Drawing: Focus on the Figure – 11-15 July 2022

Stone Carving for Beginners  – 11-15 July 2022

Bas Relief Modelling in Clay – 18-22 July 2022

Drawing and Painting: Figuration to Abstraction – 18-22 July 2022  FULL

*3-day course

For the safety of all participants and staff, Covid-19 safety measures will be followed on our Summer School courses.

If you’d like to keep up to date with news about our Summer School courses, please add your details to our Summer School mailing list. If you have any queries, please email us at summerschool@cityandguildsartschool.ac.uk

Any queries? Take a look at our FAQs page and for further help, please contact us at summerschool@cityandguildsartschool.ac.uk

The Art School thanks The Grocers’ Charity for their generous support of this initiative.

‘It was a privilege to work in the historic print room and the tutor was very skilled in gently guiding each of us to achieve our learning goals.’ Lucie – Etching Fundamentals

‘I enjoyed learning the basics of a totally new skill under really expert guidance; challenging myself to do something quite outside my normal skills/experience; and gaining some understanding of the level of skill and artistry that goes into producing wood carving.’ Martin – Introduction to Ornamental Woodcarving

Very enjoyable and a great introduction. I enjoyed working with my hands and the clay, and learning the various techniques.’ Louis – Bas Relief Modelling in Clay

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