Jesse Leroy Smith, artist in residence at Winchester College, will exhibit an immersive arcade of images commemorating cultural heroes, friends, family and strangers. Drawing upon a wealth of influences from treasured music and movies to ancient and religious iconography, Jesse will focus on his etchings made at the College, alongside images created by students that he has worked alongside.
Jesse lives and works in Newlyn, Cornwall and Brighton and exhibits internationally. In 2017 he received funding from Arts Council England to make ‘Assembly’, 20 portraits on copper inspired by his commission from the Cornish Mining World Heritage Sites to visualise the area’s mining legacy.
9th September 2019
Celebrated as having the "most beautiful setting" in The Week's Independent Schools Guide 2019, some of those responsible for creating and maintaining this stunning environment write about the challenges and joys of working at the school.
15th August 2019
As part of its commitment to improve access to all, the school has started to run tours for the visually impaired, which are providing a different perspective on many aspects of the school for everyone involved as guides and participants are encouraged to experience the medieval buildings and environment in new ways.
18th June 2019
A beautiful new publication showcases 50 treasures from the school's outstanding collections.
24th May 2019
The 2019 Drew Travel art exhibition demonstrated the independence and maturity of the exhibitors as well as their creativity.
16th April 2019
Former pupil, Alfie Thompson talks to the Wykeham Journal about his time in 'Mill' and studying for an MEng at Imperial College, London’s Dyson School of Design Engineering.
4th April 2019
From the 28th – 30th March 2019, Winchester College and St Swithun’s School staged Fiddler on the Roof at the city’s Theatre Royal. Harry Robinson and Arthur Lyhne-Gold, pupils and performers, look back at the production.