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Bursary opportunity up to £5,000 to study for Craft Foundation degree

Description

New bursary funding of up to £5,000 is available to new applicants to study the FdA Historic Craft Practices - Metalwork or Clocks at West Dean College of Arts and Conservation. The bursaries are for new applicants who would not otherwise be able to afford to pursue their studies, for September 2019 entry. The Foundation degree specialising in Metalwork is taught by Grant McCaig, an internationally recognised Silversmith and educator. His work is in major collections, he is a selector for Cockpit Arts and mentor for the Crafts Council. The Clocks pathway is taught by Malcolm Archer FBHI.

How to Apply

Applicants need to apply to study, and for the West Dean College bursary by 21 June 2019. See www.westdean.ac.uk

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