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  • Exhibition by alumnus of the School, Desmond Lazaro: Recent Works

    Ben Brown Fine Arts, London, is pleased to present the gallery's first exhibition of works by Desmond Lazaro, an artist who has lived and worked in India for over 15 years. In India, the artist not only reconnected with his cultural heritage, he fastidiously studied the ancient tradition of miniatur…

  • Scholarship Announced for Malaysian Student

    The British Malaysian Society (BMS) and The Prince's School of Traditional Arts (PSTA) have jointly established an  academic scholarship for a two year MA programme in London for a qualifying Malaysian student. The scholarship is being given in memory of the late Tengku Ismail bin Tengku Su, whose c…

  • Launch of London programme to promote Islamic art and culture in 2012

    On 25th January 2012, the launch of the Open Programme was announced: a partnership between The Prince's School of Traditional Arts and The Farjam Collection.In 2012 members of the public will be invited to learn more about the traditional Islamic arts and crafts through a series of open courses. Le…

  • A Convergence of the Arts and Sciences for the Environment

    A meeting between students studying for their MSc in Environmental Change and Management at the Environmental Change Institute, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford and the research students at The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts.

  • International Icon Painting Exhibition

    The Star of Bethlehem Icon exhibition will be shown at Pushkin House, London between Wednesday 14th December and 13th January. The exhibition and associated events have been organised by Irina Bradley, a Prosopon master icon painter who teaches at The Prince's School.  Iconographers from five countr…

  • The Hidden Geometry of Flowers: Living Rhythms, Form and Number by Keith Critchlow

    Professor Keith Critchlow, Professor Emeritus at The Prince's School of Traditional Arts, has launched his new book, The Hidden Geometry of Flowers: Living Rhythms, Form and Number. In this beautiful and original book Professor Critchlow has chosen to focus on the flower as teacher of symmetry and g…

  • Miniature Painting Apprenticeship in India

    Samantha Buckley, alumna of The School and short course tutor, is the 2010 - 2011 recipient of the one year Indian Apprenticeship Programme.The Indian Apprenticeship Programme is a partnership between the Traditional Arts Foundation and The Prince's School. The apprenticeship is offered to outstandi…

  • Geometry Exhibition and Workshop in Somerset from 8th May to 1st July

    Geometry and parquetry tutor Tom Bree has organised a new exhibition and practical geometry course in the beautiful medieval city of Wells in Somerset. Both will take place at the Wells Museum which is directly next door to the cathedral. The exhibition is called "Eternal Forms in the Mi…

  • Oxford Workshop in Illumination and Icon Writing, 22nd March

    The Oxford Centre for Medieval History, University of Oxford, and The Prince's School of Traditional Arts present the workshop, "Illumination and Icons in the Making: Contemporary Artists, Timeless Techniques".  Artists will demonstrate traditional methods and materials in illumination and icon…