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    Harrow's rich and varied Art education seeks to develop boys' artistic interests, creativity and confidence through exploration, experimentation and a strong emphasis on drawing. All Harrovians study Art in their Shell year.

  2. Harrow School of Art Marion Hewlett (1843-1915) ran a branch of the Band of Mercy, an organisation that looked after horses and donkeys, a forerunner of the RSPCA. Young people attended her meetings which she saw as an opportunity for social and educational activities.

  3. Features of our Art and Design provision: A wide range of disciplines including ceramics, digital, photography, interiors, print and multimedia. Live briefs and work experience opportunities. Competitions and exhibitions. Participation in the college’s annual Creative Week.

  4. 23 de ago. de 2012 · CREATIVE classmates who attended Harrow School of Art during the Swinging Sixties met to relive their studies at the weekend. Saturday’s reunion was organised by former pupil Patricia Whorwood and more than 40 alumni of the Station Road institution – a technical school where students joined as young as 13 – turned up to reminisce.

  5. Website. www .harrowschool .org .uk. Harrow School ( / ˈhæroʊ /) [1] is a public school (English boarding school for boys) in Harrow on the Hill, Greater London, England. [2] The school was founded in 1572 by John Lyon, a local landowner and farmer, under a royal charter of Queen Elizabeth I .

    • Old Harrovians
    • 1572; 451 years ago (Royal Charter)
  6. 18 de feb. de 2021 · We have an excellent reputation for placing boys at Oxford and Cambridge universities and the Slade School of Fine Art as well as the University of Arts, London, and Glasgow School of Art.