Royal Drawing School
The Royal Drawing School is an educational organisation and registered charity in the London Borough of Hackney in England. It was founded in 2000 by the Prince of Wales as The Prince's Drawing School and received its current name in 2014.
The aim of the Royal Drawing School began classes in 2000. The School is based in converted warehouse in Shoreditch. The School also tuition and mentoring for children aged 10–14, from all backgrounds. The Royal Drawing School was founded by Charles, Prince of Wales. It is part of The Prince's Charities, a group of not-for-profit organizations affiliated with Charles.
In 2006, The Prince's Drawing School received a donation of £85,000 from The Prince's Charities Foundation.
Sites and collaborationsEdit
The Royal Drawing School has five campuses across London; in Shoreditch, Oxford Street, South Kensington and Trinity Buoy Wharf. The School also collaborates with a number of institutions including The National Gallery, The British Museum, Royal Academy of Arts, National Portrait Gallery, V&A and the Saatchi Gallery.
- Charity Commission. Royal Drawing School, registered charity no. 1101538.
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- The Princes Drawing School Alumni 2004, The Royal Drawing School, The Princes Foundation, 2004