Galleries - March 2013

DIPLOMA COURSES The Heatherley School of Fine Art CHELSEA • ESTABLISHED 1845 Portraiture The aim of the course is to prepare students for professional practice as portrait and figurative painters. Tutors on the course include members of The Royal Society of Portrait Painters and National Portrait Gallery, John Player and BP Award winners. Students frequently exhibit at the Royal Portrait Society Show and at the National Portrait Gallery exhibition. Sculpture Students receive specialised instruction in technical processes, including welding and carving in wood and stone and develop a personal sensibility in relation to the nature of materials. Visiting lecturers include members of The Royal Society of British Sculptors and The Society of Portrait Sculptors who also act as external assessors for the course. Painting & Printmaking This course is suitable for those who wish to pursue a sustained programme in drawing, painting (including watercolour and other water-based media) and print- making. Project based study will be integrated within a structured framework and can fulfil both fine art and illustration outcomes. Post Diploma Courses are available to anyone who has completed a course of study at an art school. Students have workshop facilities and access to other courses run by the school. The Heatherley Diplomas are two year, full time courses with an average attendance time of 3 days per week. A broad range of technical and conceptual skills are learned which act as a springboard to professional practice. HEATHERLEY’S 020 7351 4190 e: w: 75 LOTS ROAD, LONDON, SW10 0RN