The Moseley School of Art Association
Attended Moseley School of Art 1945-48
Education Moseley School of Art and Design, Birmingham College of Art and Design, (departments of architecture and industrial design)
Professional and academic qualifications National Diploma in Design, (special level) Fellow of the Chartered Society of Designers, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts
Organisations I have worked for Ansells Brewery, Birmingham, architects department, Wilmot Breeden, Birmingham, E Gomme Limited, High Wycombe (G Plan furniture), Rapier Design Associates, Holborn, London, Milton Keynes Development Corporation (Head of City Image Design Group), British Tourist Authority + English Tourist Board (Head of Design)
Major design projects
Whilst I was working at Milton Keynes I was responsible for a wide range of activities concerned with the the creation of a new city on a green field site, consisting of;
Membership of professional bodies and other qualifications Fellow of the Chartered Society of Designers (Vice President 1985–1989. Hon Secretary 1998 – 2001, Vice President since 2001 and member of the National Executive)Vice President of Oxford Publicity Club. National Vice Chairman of the Design + Industries Association 1971–1973. Diploma in Marketing. Member of the Society of Genealogists.
The Moseley School of Art Association is an association formed to:
- promote and maintain, through exhibitions, reunions and other means personal contact between all former pupils and staff members of the Moseley Secondary School of Art, Moseley Road, Birmingham 12 England
- promote the restoration and continued maintenance of the Moseley School of Art building, and
- to promote the activities of members who are active in any of the fields of art and the crafts, by means of publicity, sponsorship and procurement of artist materials at discount rates
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The Moseley School of Art Association 2003