Skip to content


A snapshot of works from our Hart School students…

Open every Friday and Saturday in October
11am - 5pm
Hart Club
95 Westminster Bridge Rd

For the past three months the Hart Club gallery space has been filled with workshops, experiments and magic as we’ve hosted our first ever Hart School. The art school with a difference welcomed six students to a collaborative learning environment. With visiting lecturers, gallery visits and an abundance of singing and dancing our students were given the opportunity to develop their personal practice alongside supporting each other.

We are thrilled to launch our interim exhibition and showcase the work of Hart School students so do come and see what we’ve been cooking up over the last few months. The exhibition shows just a snippet of the portfolios of work that has been created over this time, including some exciting brand commissions and collaborative works.

About Hart School

Hart School is a 3 month Arts programme that is designed to be free, inclusive and accessible. This opportunity is open to adults of all ages and prioritises those who are typically excluded from similar opportunities due to financial barriers and lack of specialised support for disabled artists. Hart School is an intensive summer school where students and teachers work in a radically inclusive, non-hierarchical, collaborative learning environment that supports participants to develop confidence in their creative practice.

We provide highly specialised and supported learning with a ratio of one facilitator per two learners. With a superstar team of educators and industry professionals, students are guided through demonstrations, talks, studio visits and weekly meetings with an Art Therapist.

This is art school – with a difference! One that focuses on enabling and empowering some of the most creative but marginalised people in our society.

Our gallery will be open every Friday and Saturday throughout October.

About Hart School

What do we do?

Hart Club’s mission is to champion neurodiversity within the Arts.