Reach out to art

1st June 2007 at 01:00
The Royal College of Art is offering free workshops to secondary pupils, with sessions ranging from sound design to architecture.

The school outreach project will be running the vocational courses at the RCA's graduate show in London this month.

Pupils and teachers will work with students and alumni to produce a body of work in under three hours, as well as being able to see the exhibition with more than 400 artists on show.

A-level pupils can also attend special talks by designers and artists to find out about how to follow a career in art.

The show runs from June 15 to 28.


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