School of Art to hold first careers fair in its long history

School of Art to hold first careers fair in its long history

School of Art to hold first careers fair in its long history

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WINCHESTER School of Art will hold the first careers fair in its 150-year history on Thursday.

Re:work will see more than 25 organisations attending, many of them household names from the creative industries, from Rob Shaw, the founder of Jack Wills, to fashion houses Karen Millen and Mint Velvet, IBM and international WPP company Blue State Digital.

The Dean of the Faculty will open it at 11am and it will run through until 4pm, when exhibitors, alumni, staff and students will gather for a reception.

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