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  • Barber Institute - To the website for the barber institute of fine arts, declared 'gallery of the year' by the good britain.
    http://barber.org.uk/
  • British Institute of Professional Photography - The aims of BIPP are to train, qualify and support professional photographers.
    http://www.bipp.com/
  • Courtauld Institute of Art - Is one of the world’s leading institutes for teaching and research in the history of art and conservation.
    http://courtauld.ac.uk/
  • Hamilton Kerr Institute - To educate painting conservators to the highest standard and to contribute to scientific, technical and art historical research.
    http://www.hki.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/
  • Institute of Art & Law - The institute of art and law is a small independent research and educational organisation.
    http://www.ial.uk.com/
  • Institute of Classical Studies - The institute of classical studies is a national & international research institute in the languages, literature, history, art.
    http://ics.sas.ac.uk/
  • Institute of Contemporary Music Performance - Offers a range of courses in contemporary music including guitar courses, bass courses, drum courses, vocal courses, & more in UK.
    http://icmp.ac.uk/
  • Jewish Music Institute - Offers a range of lessons in the music of the Jewish people.
    https://www.jmi.org.uk/
  • The Golandsky Institute - To instruct musicians in the skills that enable them to realize their highest potential as performing artists.
    http://www.golandskyinstitute.org/
  • The Sesame Institute - Promotes and oversees the use of drama and movement therapy.
    http://www.sesame-institute.org/
  • UCA - To excel as a university for the arts which fosters creativity through local connections and global aspirations.
    http://www.uca.ac.uk/
  • University of the Arts London - Europe's largest university for art, design, fashion, communication and the performing arts.
    http://www.arts.ac.uk/
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