Winchester School of Art
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Winchester School of Art is one of the 25 Schools that make up the University of Southampton.
- BA (Hons) Fashion and Textile Design
- BA (Hons) Fashion Marketing
- BA (Hons) Fine Art
- BA (Hons) Graphic Arts
- MA Design
- MA Fine Art
- PhD study
- Darren Almond, 2005 Turner Prize nominee. Graduated in Fine Art in 1993.
- John Buckley, sculptor.
- James Castle, draughtsman and sculptor. Invited Artist at RWEA 2006.
- Ronald Cavaye Studied Music 1967–69, pianist and writer.
- Brian Eno, studied fine art 1966–69, electronic music pioneer, recording artist and producer.
- Aaron Fletcher of Isle of Wight indie band The Bees, was a printmaking student from 1997–2000.
- Paul Lee, artist in residence at Chinati Foundation in 2007, Brooklyn-based sculptural artist. Graduated in Fine Art in 1997.
- Mick O'Dea, artist. Graduated in Fine Art in 1997.
- Katie Pratt, youngest ever winner of the Jerwood Painting Prize in 2001. Graduated in Fine Art, painting, in 1992.
- Linda Sutton, fine art graduate. Winner of the double painting prize 1969, won the 100' mural prize at The Royal College of Art, London.
- Stella Tennant, graduated in Fine Art in 1993 – went on to be a supermodel.
- Jasmine Guinness, spent one year on Printmaking – went on to be a supermodel.
- Alasdhair Willis, magazine publisher famous for Wallpaper magazine – married to Stella McCartney. Graduated in Fine Art in 1992.
- "University of Southampton: Winchester School of Art". UK: =Prospects.ac.uk. Retrieved 11 December 2012.