Cumbria Institute of the Arts
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Founded as the Society for the Encouragement of Fine Arts in 1822, it proceeded as the Carlisle College of Art, from 1950, and switched to Cumbria Institute of the Arts from Cumbria College of Art and Design in 2001.
- Rikki Chamberlain, actor (Captain Mack}
- Joel Dickens, Painter Expressionist
- Richard Dyer, Co-Founder of Skiddle_Ltd
- Sheila Fell, Painter Landscape
- Charlie Hunnam, actor (Sons of Anarchy),(Byker Grove, Queer as Folk}
- Gerard McKeown, writer & performance poet
- Helen Skelton, TV presenter (Blue Peter)
- Keith Tyson, 2002 Turner Prize winner
- Bryan Dick, Actor (The Long Firm),(Blackpool),(Blood and Chocolate)
- "History of Cumbria Institute of Arts". University of Cumbria. Retrieved 2008-01-30.
- "Will Richard Lead The Way for Cumbria's Dot Com Millionaires?". News & Star.