Diploma and Post Diploma in Figurative Sculpture
A Sustained Course in Figurative Sculpture
The Heatherley Diploma in Sculpture offers a balance between the traditional skills and techniques of sculpture and the contemporary applications of figurative subject matter.
We are able to give our fullest support to those artists who choose to explore the potential of the figure for expressing the human condition. We believe that study based on observation and expression of aspects of the human form can offer a rich source of inspiration, discipline and understanding for those who wish to develop a personal visual language.
The two year Diploma Course (72 weeks) takes place on three days a week (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday) over six terms of 12 weeks each.
APPLICANTS FOR SEPTEMBER 2018: Please complete the full time application form and post or email to the school. You will then be contacted by the school to arrange a suitable date and time for interview.
Applicants should be highly self-motivated and are asked to bring a portfolio of recent work. As well as examples of three dimensional work, there should also be evidence of drawing ability and an awareness of contemporary art and design issues. Whilst completion of an art foundation course is desirable, a sustained commitment to non-vocational classes and courses would also be regarded as acceptable experience.
Days of Study: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 10am-4pm + additional life drawing class from 4.30pm-7pm either Tuesday or Wednesday. Length of course 72 weeks.
Assessment and Tuition
There are two assessment stages during the course with the award of the Heatherley Diploma in Sculpture on the basis of a satisfactory final assessment at the end of the second year.
Post Diploma in Sculpture
A supportive framework of technical and tutorial assistance in advanced sculpture techniques. Students who have completed either the two-year Diploma in Sculpture or similar study are offered a supportive framework of technical and tutorial assistance. Studio space is available on Thursdays and Fridays and model bookings can be arranged through the school office.
Seminar and discussion groups are arranged during the year and students may participate in an art history lecture programme. There will also be an exhibition of postgraduate students’ work at the end of the course.
Apply to us for September 2018
It’s not too late to start a full-time course in September.
For more information or to arrange an interview please call us on 020 7351 4190.
2018-2019 Term Dates
AUTUMN 2018 – 12 weeks
Monday 24 September – Saturday 15 December
SPRING 2019 – 13 weeks
Monday 7 January – Saturday 6 April
SUMMER 2019 – 11 weeks
Monday 29 April – Saturday 15 July
The school is closed bank holiday Mondays 6 May and 27 May 2019.
1st Year £8,950
2nd Year £8,950