We believe that schooling and research in the Fine Arts disciplines are vital for the cultural and economic development of local and global communities. It encompasses a variety of processes including critical and creative inquiry, artistic creation and making, partnership and exhibition.
We value and respect diversity, and enrich accessibility.
The City and Guilds of London Art School experience engage authenticity and connectivity. Our loyalty and passion for Fine Arts bring like-minded individuals and groups together. Fused with a common and authentic commitment to interdisciplinary cooperation, research, education and excellence in creative arts, visual arts and design.
By placing learners at the centre of our mission and vision.We are dedicated to making sure our degrees, programs and projects are applicable, agile and responsive to the changing and varied needs and interests of both pupils and the society.
This is where they are breeding Artists and Art Conservators in harmony and happiness.
An Artistic Heaven!
It’s overwhelming how fulfilled I feel by my learning experience at City & Guilds of London Art School. I continued from the Foundation Diploma to the BA Fine Art (Painting), and it was one of the best decisions I have ever made. It’s incredibly important to find a school that appreciates you. I am lucky enough to have benefitted from the generous donation made by the valued trustees, who support and believe in City & Guilds of London Art School; I was awarded the Painter-Stainer’s Scholarship, which has enabled me to focus on my practice without overbearing financial worries. Prior to my time at City & Guilds of London Art School I was an Art Scholar at Charterhouse School, and I have felt being here, in smaller community, seeking out advice and support has never been easier. It’s much more intimate, much more personal, and much less like a business. We get spoiled with tutor supervision, with regular tutorials. The other art schools I looked at before applying didn’t offer that. We have the opportunity to give feedback on the syllabus, and what happens at school evolves organically, through our regular meetings with the Board of Studies. It feels as if the course gets sculpted by our needs and interests. More...