The old School of Art building

Stroud School of Art Staff Show

Work by the Tutors

Saturday 8 September - Sunday 23 September | Admission Free

Stroud School of Art is one of the best art schools in the country, with outstanding results and an outstanding reputation. It is firmly established as one of the UK’s top providers of art and design tuition, and offers a wide range of courses from beginners right through to advanced levels.

It began its life in a purpose-built Victorian gothic building, the Centre for Science and Art, in Lansdown, Stroud. It shared home for many decades with the town’s Museum. In the second decade of the 21st century, the Museum and Art School continue to be neighbours, with SGS college sited just beyond Stratford Park, where the Museum moved to in 2001. Students often visit to draw our Collections, see exhibitions in the Gallery and make work in response to the inspirational indoor and outdoor settings.

This annual ‘taster’ show offers students and members of the public the chance to get a glimpse of the wide variety of work being made by some of the Art School’s tutors. This team of passionate, committed and talented professionals includes photographers and printmakers, ceramicists and illustrators, textile and fashion designers, painters and sculptors and more.

Meet the tutors at the Private View on Friday 7 September, 5pm – 7pm.

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