Bookings now open for City and Guilds of London Art School Spring and Summer Short Courses 2024!

by Dec 20, 2023News, Our networks

The City and Guilds of London Art School are delighted to announce the launch of their Spring/Summer 2024 Short Courses. A perfect last-minute gift for yourself or someone you love!

Next term, they will be extending their pilot programme of Evening Courses with Spring classes running on Wednesday evenings from 24 January – 20 March. New courses have been added, such as ‘An Introduction to Woodcarving’ and ‘Art & Feminism – 1965 – Present’.

The Summer School will run over the first three weeks of July, with exciting new courses added to the programme and more new courses coming in the New Year. An Early Bird discount is available on the Summer School courses until Friday 5 January.

Discounted rates on all short courses are available for CGLAS students, staff and alumni, see full information on the course listings.

“This was a much needed, fascinating, informative and inspiring course. It should be offered as part of any art graduate course to help artists navigate the mysteries of the art world and it’s eco system.” Francesca, Insider’s Guide to London’s Art World

“A wonderful and fulfilling introduction to Medieval Illumination – we learnt both the modern and historic fundamentals needed to develop our own work after the course. Sarah was a very inspiring tutor who pushes us throughout the week to make the most of everything we learnt. I loved it!” Attendee, Medieval Painting and Manuscript Illumination

“The course was amazing and inspiring. I learned a lot in a short amount of time. The size of the class was perfect for individual and group instruction. I couldn’t be more pleased with the course.” Mina, Introduction to Ornamental Woodcarving

“Thomas is easily the best teacher I have experienced. He is calm, measured, has so much knowledge and expertise and shares all of his experience in a generous and informative way. Fantastic course!” Samantha, Observational Drawing: Focus on the Figure

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