Union of Bulgarian Artists / Exhibitions / Archive65 years later. An exhibition of National high school for applied arts
The National School of Applied Arts "St. Luka" - Sofia was established as a Handicraft School in 1953.
The students are trained in eight specialities: "Art textile", "Advertising Graphics", "Space Design", "Silicate Design", "Toys", "Art Carving", "Art Processing of Metals" and "Fashion Design" . Studying painting, painting, sculpture, art history, computer graphics.
The high school is the winner of the International Platinum Award - Madrid 1999, as well as the prize of the Council of the European Scientific and Cultural Community "Golden Book". The teachers in the school are distinguished Bulgarian artists.