Lord Mayor of London's Culteral Scholarship Scheme

How to Apply.

 

Students at the City of London Academy (Southwark), William Morris Sixth Form (Hammersmith), The Charter School (Southwark), and Bacon's College (Southwark), who are in year 12 and have an interest in the heritage world are all eligible to apply through their lead point of contact in school, wjho can provide them with further information.

If you are interested in running this scheme in your own school, or for any further enquiries, please contact:

Hannah Snell, Schools Liason. hsnell@cityacademy.co.uk

Current placements include, but are not limited to:

  • Buckingham Palace
  • Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Sir John Soane's Museum
  • National Portrait Gallery
  • Ham House (The National Trust)
  • Guildhall Art Gallery
  • Keats House Museum
  • The Goldsmiths Centre
  • Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
  • Geffrye Museum

      "the people I worked with               "I thought my placement was

       made me feel very much a               wonderful, the gallery exhibition

       of the team, and treated me as         was amazing and I learnt a lot of

       one of their peers."                          new hings about Jewish Art and History."

                  Duncan McGuinness,                                              "Shrihti Das,

                          Charter School                         William Morris Sixth Form,

        The Metropolitan Archives                                          Ben Uri Gallery

 

                              "It was a great experience, and an

                               incredible opportunity. It's also a bonus that

                               it will look superb in my CV. I am thankful I

                               was able to enjoy this experience."

                                                            Mohamed Caulker,

                                                 City of London Academy

                                                        Royal Opera House

The Company has taken as its emblem this marble head of Mithras of about 180-220 AD. It was discovered during the excavation of the late Roman temple of Mithras just off Queen Victoria Street after the Second World War and is now in the Museum of London.

Mithras was a complex cult figure embodying light, truth and regeneration.

To the Company of Art Scholars this emblem represents the history which lies everywhere beneath the surface of the City of London.