Wimbledon College of Arts
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|Location||London, United Kingdom|
|Affiliations||University of the Arts London|
The foundation of Wimbledon College of Arts goes back to 1890, when an art class for the Rutlish School for Boys was started. Between 1904 and 1920 this was housed in the Wimbledon Technical Institute in Gladstone Road. It became independent in 1930 and moved to Merton Hall Road in 1940. Theatre design was taught from 1932, and became a department in 1948. BA courses were introduced from 1974, and MA courses from 1984. In 1993 the school, which previously had been controlled by the London Borough of Merton, was incorporated as an independent higher education institution, and from 1995 awarded degrees accredited by the University of Surrey.
Wimbledon School of Art became part of the University of the Arts London in 2006 and was renamed Wimbledon College of Art. In 2013 it was renamed Wimbledon College of Arts.
Wimbledon delivers specialist art, design and theatre courses ranging from undergraduate to postgraduate, as well as providing research supervision for students undertaking a research programme of study.
Wimbledon is a constituent college of the University of the Arts London, with Camberwell College of Arts, Central Saint Martins, Chelsea College of Arts, London College of Communication and London College of Fashion.
- James Acheson (costume designer)
- Anthea Hamilton (Turner Prize nominee)
- Pauline Boty (a founder of the Pop Art movement)
- Lubaina Himid (Turner Prize winner 2017)
- Hurvin Anderson (artist, Turner Prize nominee 2017)
- Sarah Greenwood (production designer, known for Beauty and the Beast (2017 film), Atonement (film), Anna Karenina (2012 film))
- Gillian Wise (artist)
- Sophie Aston (artist)
- Jeff Beck (musician)
- Raymond Briggs (author, famous for 'The Snowman')
- Georgina Chapman (fashion designer and actress)
- Malvina Cheek (artist)
- Tony Cragg (1988 Turner Prize winner)[dead link]
- Peter Doig (1994 Turner Prize nominee)[dead link]
- Mildred Eldridge (artist)
- Jill Gibbon (artist)
- Beth Rogan (actor)
- John Joseph Haldane (philosopher)
- Russell Hill (artist)
- Richard Hudson[dead link] (production designer, famous for Walt Disney‘s The Lion King/Tony Award winner
- Charles Knode (costume designer)[dead link]
- Henry Haig (stained glass artist)
- Maria Marshall (artist)
- Bill Mitchell founder of site-specific theatre company Wildworks.
- Christopher Oram (theatre designer and Laurence Olivier Award winner)[dead link]
- Phoebe Philo (fashion designer, former director of Céline and Chloé)[dead link]
- Unity Spencer (1930-2017), artist
- Mabel Pakenham-Walsh (artist)
- Anthony Ward (theatre designer, Tony Award winner for best costume)[dead link]
- Nik Borrow (artist)
- Alan Collins (sculptor)
- Jill Daniels (film director)
- Rajesh Touchriver (film director)
- Kenny Ho (stylist)
- Patricia Gonzalez (artist)
- Eamon Everall (artist)
- Richard Hollis (graphic designer)
- Hilda Cowham (illustrator)
- Dennis Huntley (artist)
- Alice Normington (production designer, British Academy of Film and Television Arts winner)
- Jonathan Gray (editor)
- Soutra Gilmour (set designer, Laurence Olivier Award nominee)
- Kate Moross (graphic designer)
- Nick Ormerod (theatre designer)
- James Hawkins (artist)
- William Pye (sculptor)
- Robin Hill (Australian artist)
- Jo Self (artist)
- Angelo Evelyn (artist)
- Eugene Palmer (artist)
- David Alesworth (artist)
- Ilan Averbuch (sculptor)
- Tony Stallard (artist)
- Carole Hodgson (artist)
- Sebastian Dacey (artist)
- Robert Fuest (film director)
- Henrietta Dubrey (artist)
- Martin Aynscomb-Harris (artist)
- Carol Wyatt (artist)
- Tom McGuinness (musician)
- Corin Hardy (film director)
- John Haldane (philosopher)
- James Hawkins (artist)
- Prunella Clough (1999 Jerwood Painting Prize winner)
- Maggi Hambling (sculptor, Jerwood Painting Prize winner 1995)
- Yolanda Sonnabend, theatre and ballet designer and painter
- Anthony Wood, FSHA, FSSI, (heraldic artist, calligrapher and illuminator; lecturer and art teacher (1965-1986) at the Wimbledon School of Art )
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