The A-listed Beaux-Arts style Main Building designed by John More, Dick Peddie and George Washington Brown was built in 1907-09 to house the College, providing north-facing studios, a lecture hall and the impressive Sculpture Court. You can explore the Sculpture Court from the unusual perspective of an installation by artist Krijn de Koning, and view selected works by 2013 graduates. There will also be short guided tours of some studio spaces not normally open to the public.
Architect: George Washington Brown & J M Dick Peddie
Building Date: 1910
guided tours, information leaflets/notes, behind the scenes access, visual displays, stewards/volunteers at key points.