MORLEY COLLEGE

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MORLEY COLLEGE

Morley College, which dates from the 1880ís was founded by Emma Cons, social reformer, educationalist, suffragette, and theatre manager and was aimed at working men and women, aided by money donated by Bristol based millionaire and philanthropist, Samuel Morley. A complete range of visual arts courses are taught at Morley ranging through ceramics, glass engraving, painting, printmaking, sculpture, and photography. Alumni and staff, past and present that have taught, attended and exhibited there include Cyril Reason, Nick Schlee, Adrian Bartlett, Dennis Creffield, Maggi Hambling and Michael Salaman. The exhibition gallery which forms part of the college is open to artists who are not associated with Morley. 'Morley' has always been located on the south bank of the Thames in the Waterloo area of London at various locations. Today the main site is situated in Westminster Bridge Road, close to Lambeth North underground station.
Website: https://www.morleycollege.ac.uk