West Dean College of Arts and Conservation Graduate Diploma in Conservation Studies student Emmanuelle was given the opportunity to conserve the prestigious Kings’ Clock in time for the re-opening of The Courtauld Gallery on Friday, November 19, 2021.
With many people returning back to school or university, it’s the perfect time to start 2022 creatively. West Dean College of Arts and Conservation has just launched a programme of more than 225 short courses taking place throughout January, February and March 2022.
Seeing a home furniture boom, and a demand in unique bespoke home furnishings, West Dean College of Arts and Conservation have recently launched a programme of 180 new short courses taking place between now and December 2021, which allow students the chance to make unique pieces, artwork and accessories for a truly individual interior.
Its never too early to start thinking about Christmas and with West Dean College of Arts and Conservation’s recent launch of more than 180 short courses taking place from October to December 2021, you have plenty of time to choose from a wide variety of short courses for all abilities (ranging from one to four days) to make a one-off Christmas decoration or gift for a special person in your life. Avoid last minute panic buying and learn the skills to make your own unique gifts that can be personalised and treasured for years to come.
West Dean is part of a registered charity and relies on the
support of generous donors, friends, legacies to help us deliver
world-class education in conservation and the creative arts and
maintain our award-winning gardens.