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Summer Courses


The V&A is hosting a three-week summer programme (24 July - 14 August 2004) which explores aspects of nature and how they relate to design across the Museum’s collections.

The programme includes two study days and several practical courses on several different days. As the national museum of art and design, our collections form a unique source of inspiration for learning from objects in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere. Each study day explores an aspect of the collections, while the practical courses draw on a variety of galleries as sources for developing skills and ideas to spark individual creativity. For further information, please go to the V&A website at www.vam.ac.uk.

Ticket price: Full rate: £36, Concessionary rates: Senior Citizens, Friends and Patrons of the V&A: £30. Students on state-funded courses: £10. Disabled people and ES40-holders: £5. A free place can be offered to a carer accompanying a registered disabled person. Ticket price includes morning coffee and afternoon tea.


Daud Ali | talks
Matthew Biggs | talks
Martyn Baldwin | talks
Penelope Hobhouse | talks
George Michell | talks
Dr Frances Wood | talks
James Malpas | talks
Eric NG | talks
Anna Pavord | talks
Andrew Fisher Tomlin | talks


Date and Time:

24 July 2004 at 10:00 am





Victoria and Albert Museum
V&A Membership
South Kensington
020 7942 2271
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Organised by:

Victoria and Albert Museum (learning)
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Please see above for ticket information.

Available from:

To book call the bookings office at 0207 942 2211 or e-mail bookings.office@vam.ac.uk

Additional Information:

The Summer Course runs from 24 July to 14 August 2004. For detailed information on each study day or practical course, please go to the V&A website www.vam.ac.uk and look in the What's On section.

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