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If you are considering applying to study at the Art School in 2021/22, we recommend attending an online open day where you will have the opportunity to meet the Head of Department or a Senior Tutor from your chosen course, find out more about what you’ll study, get a feel for what it’s like to be a student here and ask any questions.

Our online open days for each course are listed below. Please complete the online open day booking form for your chosen course and we will be in touch to arrange a suitable date and time.

We are hosting a special in-person open day at the Art School for all our Historic Carving courses on Saturday 19 June 2021 – find out more and register

STUDENT VIRTUAL CHAT

In addition to an online open day, you’re invited to join one of our Student Virtual Chats, where you can ask current students about their experience at the Art School. Register for a place here.

In the meantime, you can get a feel for the Art School and our courses here.

REGISTER HERE FOR AN ONLINE OPEN DAY

In-person open day for all Historic Carving courses – Saturday 19 June 2021

Foundation Diploma

BA Fine Art

MA Fine Art

BA Historic Carving: Woodcarving & Gilding

BA Historic Carving: Architectural Stone

PgDip/MA Carving

BA Conservation: Books & Paper

BA Conservation: Stone, Wood & Decorative Surfaces

MA Conservation

MA Art & Material Histories

BOOK AN OPEN DAY

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Please fill out your details in the spaces provided. You will receive an email confirming that we have received your request and we will connect you with the Course Leader to arrange a suitable date/time for your online open day. Open Days for entry in 2022 will resume from October 2021. We will continue to run virtual open days and hope to resume physical open days as well. PLEASE NOTE: due to limited space and current circumstances led by Covid-19, bookings are limited to ONE PERSON (no guests) for visits to the Art School.
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