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The Prince's School of Traditional Arts

United Kingdom

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About The Prince's School of Traditional Arts

The Prince’s School has, for a number of years now, pioneered practical post-graduate degrees (at Masters and Doctoral level) in the traditional arts of the great civilizations of the world. The School emphasises the importance of integrating the theoretical study of the traditional arts with their practical application. One of the School’s main objectives is to encourage an awareness of the holistic nature of the traditional artist, whose inspiration derives from the highest sources and whose skill and dedication creates masterpieces which we can all recognise as part of our world heritage

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The Academic Programme is taught at our building at 19-22 Charlotte Road, a converted nineteenth-century warehouse based in Shoreditch, London. 

The work of our students is supported by a comprehensive range of facilities including a large gallery, well-equipped workshops, a studio space for every student, teaching classrooms and a well-stocked library.

All of our facilities are fully wheelchair accessible.

By tube/train

The nearest Underground station is Old Street, Northern Line City Branch. Leave the station by Exit 3 on to Old Street south side. The School is a ten-minute walk or a five-minute taxi ride from Liverpool Street station. WAGN services use Old Street during week days.

By bus

Buses 26, 35, 48, 149 and 242 run along Curtain Rd (northbound) or Shoreditch High Street (southbound).

Buses 43, 76, 141, 214 and 271 run along City Road south of Old Street.

Buses 55 from Oxford Circus and 243 from Waterloo Station run along Old Street.

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Parking is extremely limited, but there is two-hour metered parking in the area and an NCP car park in Great Eastern Street. The School is outside the Congestion Charging Zone.

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