News & Events

  • Exhibition by teachers from China's Central Academy of Fine Art

    We are delighted to host an exhibition of work by faculty from the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA), Beijing at our gallery in Shoreditch.

    Celebrating CAFA’s 100th anniversary, the exhibition is part of a series of international events and programmes.

    The School of Traditional Arts has partnered with CAFA for the last several years, conducting workshops with their students in Beijing, welcoming CAFA graduates to our MA programme in the UK, and facilitating a dialogue on the relevance of tradition in the contemporary context.

  • Alumna, Hana Louise Shahnavaz, to exhibit at START Art Fair

    Hana Louise Shahnavaz is a British-Iranian painter based in London. Having lived in Iran for six years studying Persian painting under the tutorage of master painter Safoura Asadian, she then continued her studies at the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts in London. Graduating with a distinction in Master of Traditional Arts (2017) she was awarded the Ciclitira Prize for her final degree show, presented by HRH Prince Charles. She will participate in START Art Fair, which runs from 13-16 September 2018.

  • Exhibition in Karachi: Living Tradition - A New Centre for Education

    Exhibition to celebrate the launch of the VM Centre for Traditional Arts and its new Diploma Programme – beginning January 2019 – in partnership with the Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts, London.

  • Bagri Foundation Scholarship

    The Bagri Foundation Scholarship at The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts aims to encourage and reward emerging artists. We are proud to announce the Bagri Foundation Scholar for 2018 – 2020 at The School, Mustafa Ruhullah Muhammad Baqir.

  • Students and tutors create new icon for Lichfield Cathedral

    Students of The Bethlehem Icon Centre, their principal, Ian Knowles, and School of Traditional Arts tutor, Hanna Ward, are in the process of creating the last of a series of three icons at Lichfield Cathedral.

  • HRH the Prince of Wales visits Degree Show 2018

    "I can't tell you how much pleasure it gives me to be here again with all of you today to celebrate the remarkable achievements of the students of my School for Traditional Arts, of whom, as you can imagine, I am enormously proud. This year’s degree show yet again exemplifies the tremendous hard work and commitment of the MA and Research students, whose dedication does so much to ensure that the traditional arts are continuing to thrive."

  • End of Year Show at The Jameel House of Traditional Arts / Jeddah

    Participating artists from the Jameel House of Traditional Arts / Jeddah’s one-year programme are exhibiting two collective masterworks, as well as a wide selection of individual pieces.

  • Announcing the first residential Geometry Summer School at Dumfries House

    The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts is pleased to announce its first residential Geometry Summer School at Dumfries House, 27-31 August 2018. This annual event brings together international geometry practitioners and teachers to engage in positive dialogue, share diverse approaches and exchange practical drawing methods relevant to contemporary practice.

  • Exhibition selected by The Prince of Wales will mark His Royal Highness's 70th birthday at the Summer Opening of Buckingham Palace

    To mark the 70th birthday of The Prince of Wales this year, the Summer Opening of Buckingham Palace will include a special display of artworks personally selected by The Prince of Wales. The exhibition will showcase a selection of The Prince’s favourite pieces in the Royal Collection alongside works created by young artists supported by three of HRH’s charities: The Royal Drawing School, The Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts and Turquoise Mountain.