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City & Guilds of London Art School traces its origins back to 1854 when it started as a social enterprise. Today, it offers an important, specialist alternative to other models of art and craft higher education in the UK in the fields of contemporary fine art, conservation of cultural objects and historical carving (including architectural stone and ornamental woodcarving) at bachelor's and master's level, as well as a master's course in art and material histories. The specialist nature of the school means it focuses on excellence and provides one-to-one attention to students. It favours a student-centered approach and is committed to maintaining high levels of contact time with professionals. The courses are intensive, with high staff-to-student ratios and tutors who are active and inspiring practising professionals.

124 Kennington Park Road
SE11 4DJ London
UK

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Stone Carving Diploma candidate Adam Innes working on a lettering project. © City & Guilds of London Art School
Postgraduate diploma candidate Tim Fielder working on a recreation of a Sansovino frame. © City & Guilds of London Art School
Woodcarving Diploma candidate Cassadie Alder carving a set of bellows. © City & Guilds of London Art School
Final year Stone Carving student Zoe Barnett carving an original cartouche, with clay model in the background © City & Guilds of London Art School
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