The Moseley School of Art, Balsall Heath
The Moseley School of Art was closed by the City of Birmingham Education Committee in 1976. The Moseley School of Art Association was established in 2002 by former student Graeme Collins as a forum and reunion association for past students and teaching staff.
It was designed by W. H. Bidlake in 1899 and opened in 1900. It closed in 1975 and was then used by the British Association of Muslims. It stands directly opposite the Public Library and Baths. It is Grade II* listed.
- Edward Barker, cartoonist
- Trevor Beattie, advertising
- Ali Campbell, musician, lead singer of UB40
- Christine McVie, musician from Fleetwood Mac
- Ronald Pennell, artist, engraver and sculptor
- Peter Phillips, artist and co-founder of the Pop Art Movement
- David Prentice, artist (painter) and art teacher
- John Walker, painter and printmaker
- Roy Wood, musician known for his work with the bands The Move, Electric Light Orchestra, and Wizzard
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