University of the Arts London is home to a wide range of archives and special collections.
Here you will find costumes from Kubrick films, medieval manuscripts, rare fanzines and garments by famous fashion designers, as well as work from UAL alumni.
Selected collections listed here are publicly accessible and details of how you can arrange a visit can be found in the links below.
It is advisable to make an appointment before you visit to give staff time to find the items you want to see.
Further collections are available for students of UAL; contact your library or course to find out more.
The University Archives and Special Collections Centre (ASCC) holds unique and diverse archival materials.
The Museum and Study Collection at Central Saint Martins acts as the College archive and tells the story of its rich history.
Camberwell's collections and archives includes a wide range of illustrated books, from 19th century children's illustrated books to artists’ books
The Special Collections at Chelsea College of Arts Library are used for teaching, learning, research and curating.
London College of Fashion has a range of inspiring collections covering all aspects of fashion.
London College of Communication has a range of inspiring collections covering typography, printing, book arts and zines.
Wimbledon College of Arts hold special collections material relating to film and theatre designs, as well as the Jocelyn Herbert Archive.
The University Art Collection is a great opportunity for UAL graduates to get their artwork purchased and displayed by the University.
Central Saint Martins' research collection for artists' moving-image.