The Winchester School of Art was founded in 1870, and originally occupied Winchester's twelfth-century Wolvesey Castle. In 1895 it moved to new premises in the Kings Court wing of Winchester Guildhall. In 1962 it was granted new buildings, which it still occupies. In 1996, the School merged with the University of Southampton.
Textile Conservation Centre
The Textile Conservation Centre was a specialist centre for research and training founded in 1975 by Karen Finch at Hampton Court Palace. Between 1998 and 2009 the centre was merged with the University of Southampton and housed from 1999 in a purpose-designed building at the Winchester School of Art. In April 2009, it was announced that the University of Southampton had decided to close the Textile Conservation Centre on 31 October 2009, prompting widespread concern from academics and historians. The programme is now part of the Kelvin Centre for Conservation and Cultural Heritage Research (former Centre for Textile Conservation) at the University of Glasgow, where it opened in autumn 2010.
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- John Buckley, sculptor
- James Castle, sculptor
- Stephen Chambers, artist
- Diana Copperwhite, painter
- Brian Eno, musician, record producer, visual artist and theorist
- Mary Fairburn, artist
- Greg Gilbert, musician (frontman of indie rock band Delays), visual artist, poet
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- Emma Hartley, painter
- Paul Lee, artist
- Margaret Graeme Niven, painter.
- Mick O'Dea, artist
- Katie Pratt, artist
- Geoffrey Richardson, musician
- Linda Sutton, painter
- Stella Tennant, studied sculpture, became a model
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