New Books in the Library

Daido Moriyama by Simon Baker Jeff Koons: The Conversation Series by Hans-Ulrich Obrist D&AD 2012 The Book of Books: 500 Years of Graphic Innovation by Mathieu Lommen  Artists’ Laboratory: Stephen Chambers RA: The… Continue reading

The Creative Alphabet

We have a new book display in the library which considers the theme of the creative alphabet, inspired by Paul Smith’s 2012 book ‘A to Z’ and Peter Blake’s ‘Alphabet’ (1991). So starting… Continue reading

Vogue Archive

The Library currently has access to the Vogue Archive, an online collection of every issue of American Vogue that has been published since its first appearance in 1892.  You can either search across the… Continue reading

National Gallery archive online

The National Gallery has announced that it has made the catalogue for its archive collections available online. The archive contains records of the gallery’s activities from its inception in 1824 to the present… Continue reading

A Visit to the Small Publisher’s Fair

I was lucky enough to attend the Small Publisher’s Fair at Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, in London on Friday 16th November 2012. This is an annual event over two days organised by RGAP and brings… Continue reading

New DVDs in the Library

Below is a selection of new DVDs added to the collection since the Summer. All Dvds can be found opposite the entrance of Library 1 and are all available as one week loans.… Continue reading

Berg Fashion Library

This is the start of an irregular series which looks to highlight some of the resources in our collection. First up is Berg Fashion Library, a portal created by the Fashion & Textile… Continue reading

Southampton Film Week: Art Events

  Southampton Film Week has been running for a number of years now in the City and this year sees its most extensive programme yet. In addition to film workshops, live music and… Continue reading

A brief history of WSA Library and its many locations over the years…..

You might be surprised to read this but there has been a School of Art in Winchester since 1870. Unusually, it started its life at the Bishop of Winchester’s residence Wolvsey Palace, where… Continue reading