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Hampstead Fine Arts has a distinctive educational philosophy which places equal importance on the academic and the creative and encourages the highest achievement in both areas. We aim to give our students a love of learning for life and nurture each student’s often undiscovered passions and abilities.
We teach in small classes given by outstanding tutors who are specialists in their fields. We know all our students as individuals, which is particularly important in encouraging and supporting them personally. We closely monitor each student’s progress but we also encourage self-discipline and self-motivation: the informal nature of relationships between staff and students strengthens high expectations and a rigorous approach to work. We are offering residential and non-residential courses for a maximum of 15 students in each course.
6th July – 20th July (2 Weeks, Non-Residential): £1,250
6th July – 3rd August (4 Weeks, Non-Residential): £2,500
20th July – 3rd August (2 Weeks, Non-Residential): £1,250
20 Hours’ Tuition each week, Café lunch, 2 Full day trips each week, End-of-course certificate
Our arts summer school combines the practical with the theoretical. We teach individual skills and techniques (drawing, painting, printmaking and design) and have visits to museums, artists’ studios and fashion houses. All our tutors are practising artists, art historians and designers.
o Drawing lessons specific to Art, Fashion & Design.
o Design lessons specific to all aspects of Art, Fashion and Design.
o Guided tours of the National Gallery, the Tate Galleries and the V & A.
o Guest lectures by well-known artists and designers.
o Visits to the Ruskin School of Art, Oxford, the Slade and Central Saint Martins.
Individual sessions on portfolio preparation for British & International Universities.
London is the centre for the theatre and film industry. Our summer courses combine theoretical and practical learning experiences. This course is designed for those wishing to develop skills through improvisation, and storytelling, as well as expert teaching by professional actors, directors and filmmakers.
o Workshops with actors, directors and filmmakers.
o Workshops and performances at the Almeida, the Globe and National Theatres.
o Trips to BFI and MetFilm School Ealing Studios.
o Guest lectures by well-known actors, directors and filmmakers.
o Organised visits to Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Oxford School of Drama
o Individual sessions on audition pieces and short filmmaking.
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