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Teaching and Learning events

Two women sitting laughing at a table piled with yellow and blue fabric garlands
Florence Goodhand-Tait working with fabric crowns in the studio. BA (Hons) Illustration, Camberwell College of Arts. © Alys Tomlinson

We run a programme of events and seminars about teaching and learning throughout the year, most of which take place online.

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Autumn term 2022/23

  • Close up of sculpture. Spaghetti-like mess of soft tubes, made from orange, white and black printed fabric.
    Betty Leung, 2019, MA Visual Arts: Fine Art Digital, Camberwell College of Arts, UAL. Photo: David Poultney

    Join a reading group for staff and students (last Wednesday of each month, 2 hours)

  • Deep blue translucent squares glowing on a lightbox
    Kehkashan Khalid, 2019 MA Visual Arts: Fine Art Digital, Camberwell College of Arts. Photo: David Poultney
    Thinking learning  

    Explore a learning theory and how to put it into practice (monthly, micro-session 15 minutes)

  • Purple background with green and orange neon coloured feathery objects which look like coral
    Stephanie, BA (Hons) 3D Effects for Performance and Fashion, London College of Fashion. Photo: David Poultney
    Staff development: climate justice  

    Find information, help and training available for UAL staff (multiple dates, UAL login needed)

Spring and Summer terms 2022/23

Watch this space! New sessions will be listed here soon.

Curriculum design and validation

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Course Reapproval

Sessions for your UAL course team or programme area about the UAL course reapproval process are available on request. Contact for more information.

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Course Validation

If you are starting to develop a course curriculum for validation at UAL, we offer training on request. Contact to find out more.

Woman looking at 3D printing and sitting at a desk.
Creative Processes with Adrienne Bennie, PhD Research Student. Architecture, spatial and interior design. Chelsea College of Arts

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