Prince's School of Traditional Arts

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The Prince’s School for Traditional Arts (formerly the Visual Islamic and Traditional Arts) "is one of The Prince’s Charities, a group of not-for-profit organisations of which The Prince of Wales is President: seventeen of the charities were founded personally by the Prince." [1] The School was originally established as the Visual Islamic and Traditional Arts Programme (VITA) at the Royal College of Art in 1984. It was the brainchild of Dr. Keith Critchlow, the Professor Emeritus at the School, who is also the author of several books on Sacred Geometry. The Programme transferred to The Prince of Wales’ Institute of Architecture in 1993 which subsequently became incorporated into The Prince's Foundation in 2000. The School was initiated as a separate charity of HRH Charles, Prince of Wales in April 2004. wiki

Board

Accessed May 2014: [2]

Board (2012)

Accessed March 2012: [3]

Contact

URL: http://www.psta.org.uk

Resources and articles

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References

  1. Prince's School of Traditional Arts Prince, organizational web page, accessed March 26, 2012.
  2. Prince's School of Traditional Arts People, organizational web page, accessed May 8, 2014.
  3. Prince's School of Traditional Arts People, organizational web page, accessed March 26, 2012.