The Prince's School Of Traditional Arts

The Prince's School of Traditional Arts was founded in 2004 by HRH The Prince of Wales as one of his core charities. It developed from the Visual Islamic and Traditional Arts Programme (VITA) that was established at The Royal Collegeof Art in 1984 by Professor Keith Critchlow who pioneered a postgraduate programme based on the practice of, and research into, the traditional arts. The Prince's School offers practising artists the opportunity to undertake research at the highest level with post-graduate degrees (MA, MPhil, PhD).