Prince’s Fine Art BA course open for next September at Trinity Buoy Wharf

PUBLISHED: 10:05 19 November 2012

A new Fine Art BA foundation course started two months ago in the Trinity Buoy Wharf studios in London’s East End is now recruiting the second intake for next September.

The already-heavily subscribed course run by the Prince’s Drawing School is limited to 25 places, with its one-to-one tuition and studio space at Trinity Buoy Wharf on the Thames waterfront at Blackwall.

It is structured for BA degrees in fine art, illustration & graphic design, photography, sculpture, print-making, painting, fashion, film, product design and textiles, aimed at getting students apprenticeships.

Open days are being held tomorrow (Tues), next Thursday from 2pm (Nov 28) and in the New Year on January 12 and 17.

Applications for the year-long course are open to all ages from 17, free up to age 19, deadline to apply February 15. Applicants can call 020-7536 9688 or email

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