Leeds College of Art hopes to create a lifelong relationship with our alumni.

The alumni association aims to build and nurture the creative community of College alumni, staff and current students. Every student who has passed through the College, from its beginnings as Leeds School of Art, to its time as Jacob Kramer College (1968-1993) and Leeds College of Art and Design, are all part of our alumni community. With notable alumni spanning right from the first graduates of 1846, this is a pretty special community to become a part of.

Whether you studied part-time or full-time, we’d love to hear from you. If you have studied with us for three months or more or were a staff member of the College, simply complete the sign up form to join.

We look forward to sharing your news and accomplishments and hope that many of you will help us to provide careers advice, case studies and opportunities for current students. 

Alumni can also join the Leeds College of Art Alumni LinkedIn Group where you can connect with fellow alumni and start discussions online.

170 Years of Leeds College of Art

In 2016 Leeds College of Art will be celebrating 170 years of delivering art education in Leeds with a year of exhibitions and events celebrating the achievements of our students past and present.

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Alumni Profiles

Read the profiles of just some of our former students

Alumni Map

Explore our interactive Alumni Map to find out more about where our alumni have ended up and what they have gone on to achieve.

Alumni Timeline

Discover the 160 year history of the College through our alumni with this interactive timeline.

Leeds College of Art alumna selected for Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2016

BA (Hons) Fine Art graduate Georgia Lucas-Going has been announced as one of the artists selected for this year’s prestigious Bloomberg New Contemporaries Exhibition. …

Alumna Ria Sharma wins British Council International Alumni Award

Leeds College of Art graduate Ria Sharma has been awarded the British Council International Alumni Award for Social Impact by the Lord Mayor Of London and Baroness Valerie Amos at the British Council, Delhi. …

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Leeds College of Art graduate wins second place in Britain’s Best Budding Designer

Leeds College of Art Printed Textile & Surface Pattern Design 2015 graduate, Hannah Edmonds, has come second from over 250 applicants in Britain’s Best Budding Designer competition. …

Alumni relive student days at Leeds College of Art

In celebration of 170 years of Leeds College of Art, former students celebrated in style with a reunion party for alumni from the 1940s-1960s on Saturday 20 February. …

In pictures student life with Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth

George Stevenson studied at Leeds College of Art from 1914-18 &1919-21. A contemporary of Henry Moore in the early 1920s, George Stevenson had attended as a student just before the First World War. …

Leeds College of Art graduate shortlisted for British Council International Alumni Award

BA (Hons) Fashion graduate, Ria Sharma has been nominated for the prestigious Education UK Alumni Awards 2016 in the Social Impact Award Category for India. …

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Made Here…

Two inspiring exhibitions of work by graduating students from Leeds College of Art 2016. …

Daisy Argyle

Alumni

Daisy graduated from BA (Hons) Graphic Design in 2009 and now works as a graphic designer for Dalziel & Pow, a leading international retail design consultancy.

Magdalena Dobrakowska

Alumni

Magdalena graduated from Creative Advertising in 2010 and is now a Global Account Manager at one of the world's largest advertising agencies - Grey London Advertising.

Anne-Marie Atkinson

Alumni

Anne-Marie Atkinson graduated from BA (Hons) Photography in 2011 and her photographic practice utilises portraiture, diaristic imagery and landscape.