George Donald is a painter, printmaker and lecturer in studio arts.
Born in South India into a colonial family, his early memories are of the colours and rhythms of the East. He studied at ECA and was awarded a travelling scholarship to India, Afghanistan and Nepal. Later, at Hornsey College of Art, London (then, in the late 60’s at the forefront of student-led changes in visual education) he studied art education. He taught for many years within the D&P School of ECA, and in 1999 co-founded the Centre for Continuing Studies – a centre for innovation and excellence in higher art education, and the first to offer part-time BA degrees in visual arts.