Opus School of Textile Arts
Opus is an independent textile art school offering a comprehensive programme of courses in stitched and embroidered textiles to students all around the world.

Our web site provides detailed information about the courses we offer, and allows you to enrol and order course modules on-line. The site also provides a range of resources for enrolled students, together with a gallery of textile art.

Opus School of Textile Arts
About Opus
General information about Opus, our staff and students. Use our enquiry form to contact us with your questions and messages.
Latest News
Your first stop to find out what's new on the site, course news and general news about Opus.
Updated 5 February 2004
Updated 5 March 2003
Courses
Detailed information about the range of courses on offer, plus a facility to enrol on courses and order modules on-line.
Updated 8 March 2004
Opus Events
Information about our forthcoming residential courses, workshops, lectures, and exhibtions.
Updated 5 February 2004
Gallery
Galleries of work by students studying on the various courses offered by Opus, and images form Opus Exhibitions and events. New Gallery of work exhibited at Prism exhibition.
Updated 1 April 2004

 
For Students
Resources for enrolled students, including Opus Magazines, discussion forums, reading lists, and links to other sites.

Shop
Purchase materials, videos and other useful items direct from Opus.

New - Opus Colour Spheres

Updated 14 January 2004

 
Opus Colour Spheres
Opus Exhibitions
Information about our forthcoming exhibitions.
Updated 1 April 2004
Studying with Opus offers you:

  • Distance learning from any country in the world.
  • College-based courses in London.
  • Increased personal creativity and new skills.
  • An opportunity to work towards a professional qualification.
  • Confidence and a sense of achievement.
  • New friends and colleagues who enjoy working with stitched textiles.
  • A chance to visit art galleries, museums and national collections.

 

© Opus School of Textile Arts 2002

Revised 1 April 2004