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HSoA Summer Guide 2015

COMPLETE GUIDE to all our Summer classes, half term and Summer holiday workshops for children and adults, Exhibitions and free events

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Summer Half Term Workshops

Book now for Summer Half Term

Abstract Painting Workshop, Chinese Brush Painting, Drawing & Painting, iPad Art, Children's Painting & Pottery, Children's Experimental Drawing and Painting...

Click here for a pdf listing of workshops  
To book call: 020 7794 1439

Watch Tony Wigg, artist and HSoA tutor, as he works using the beautiful medium of silk.

Watch Desmond Healy, artist and HSoA tutor, draw Ruby Magic, posing for a 10 minute drawing. 

Kenneth Clark K.C.B
Part of our history

Encouraging the meaning
of civilisation creation in the
local Hampstead area

Resin colours and effects

What's on 
Events and Occasional Workshops 

Open Invitation lecture series, workshops, films nights, day trips, guided walks, auctions and special fundraising social events.

Call 020 7794 1439 for more information

Latest additions to HSoA classes
Chinese Brush Painting, Location Drawing, Mosaics and Film Studies

Drawing unleashes your creativity

Join a class today!  |  Drawing by Louise Wilde

Drawn Together

Video | Created by Tony Marriner and Reg Boorer | approx 3 minutes

Open-air display in Hamptead 1957-62

Mother organisation to HSoA | HSoA history

HSoA reaches out into the community

Seasoned hands at work | 05.08.2012 | large silk painting

Cafe art exhibition at HSoA

Starting Monday, 19 January 2015 · 10:00 am – 20:00 pm

Welcome to Hampstead School of Art

The school’s history is embedded in the tradition of direct observation, through drawing, painting and sculpture. Applied arts are practised at a high level of craftsmanship.

Hampstead School of Art (HSoA) is an independently resourced charity and relies on the dedication, enthusiasm and hard work of its tutors and staff and is not reliant on outside funding. We believe that everyone has a creative voice.

The school is non - selective in its weekly courses.

Foundation Diploma students are part of our own accreditation in line with level 4 national standards. The students are encouraged to become creative and thoughtful practitioners, with a knowledge of art history and a facility for critical appreciation.

HSoA also provides a vital community service, through art learning and studio practice, as well as our unique community outreach projects.

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