Seven high profile pupils from Moseley School of Art in Birmingham which closed in 1976

Moseley School of Art was established in 1900 and it ran until 1976. Some of its famous alumni includes famed rock stars

The Moseley School of Art is an institution worth remembering. It was a fertile ground for groundbreaking artists and musicians.

It operated from 1900 to 1976. It was initially established as the Moseley School of Arts and Crafts amid the Arts and Crafts movement which ran from 1875 to 1920, which emphasised the importance of handcrafted goods and traditional techniques. But continued to develop through the ages to include music and acting.

The school was located on Moseley Road in Balsall Heath in Birmingham, and it became known for its excellent art education programs. It offered courses in painting, drawing, sculpture, and design, and it attracted many talented students and teachers over the years.

The school closed down in 1976 due to dwindling number of students and financial difficulties. However, the legacy of the school lives on through the work of its former students and teachers.

Here are some of the famous people who went to the school: