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Our tutors are selected for their standard of craftsmanship and teaching talent. They are experts and practising craftspeople. Many are award winners, members of professional guilds and known internationally.

"I enjoy taking photographs of and for people. My love for Photography grows from meeting people who have a passion for life, those who want to remember the best moments through honest Portrait Photography and from those who are inspired to create beautiful things and make something of themselves through their creativity" See full profile
Artist Vicky Vergou works with drawing, painting and film. She responds to the themes of migration and landscape, often producing site-specific work in rural locations. In 2005 she was awarded an MA in Contemporary Arts at Oxford Brookes University. She has studied Fine Arts, Film Studies and Graphic Design in Greece. In 2014 she received the Odysseus award in Video Art from London Greek Film Festival and 2011 she gained an Arts award from Arts Council England for the project “Language Paralanguage”. See full profile
Rosalind Wates is an artist who specialises in mosaic, working in a variety of styles, materials and techniques. She works mainly on commission for private clients, public bodies, arts organisations, and schools and communities. During her 25-year career she has written for magazines, given lectures, taken part in television and radio programmes, and produced a book on mosaic design. See full profile
Isabella Whitworth started life as a graphic designer but has worked as a professional exhibiting textile artist, tutor and curator for more than 25 years. She is internationally known as a resist dyer and also as a researcher of natural dye history. See full profile
Winchester-based bookbinder Pete Wiltshire started training with his father in 1998. After a five-year apprenticeship, Pete spent a further five years working for his father, as well as part-time for Richard Harshers, a trade bookbinders in Romsey. Pete ran his own bindery in Petersfield for a number of years, and now works in Winchester carrying out a wide range of bookbinding work from restoration to bespoke fine bindings. See full profile
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