skip to main content
Everything but the Kitchen Sink - Maisy Alvin - BA Sculpture.

Open Days at Camberwell

Book your place

Camberwell College of Arts

Camberwell specialises in fine art, design and conservation courses.

Life at Camberwell

Camberwell printmaking workshop.
Camberwell printmaking workshop.


Our facilities embrace both traditional craftsmanship and digital technology.

Mut Mut exhibition at Assembly Point. Curated by Darryl Clifton and Rachel Gannon.

Student life

Camberwell's new buildings, the local area and where students live.

What's on

Process to Performance

Process to Performance

  • 9 January 2019 - 11 January 2019
  • Location: Camberwell Space

Each day, an artist will lead a workshop with Camberwell College of Arts students to create a work in the gallery. The public are invited to form an audience to the workshops, revealing the processes that make a performance.

Symposium: Museum engagement as speculative design

Symposium: Museum engagement as speculative design

  • 15 March 2019
  • Location: Lecture Theatre

If speculative design can be a catalyst for redefining reality, what are the implications for how concepts of audience engagement might be imagined in and around museums and other spaces of collection and display?

Camberwell Stories

Our People

Abstract geometric painting by Daniel Sturgis.
Daniel Sturgis - Equal Static. Acrylic on canvas. 2009.

Daniel Sturgis

Fine Art Programme Director Daniel Sturgis is an artist and curator. His work is regularly exhibited in the UK and internationally. His curated projects include The Indiscipline of Painting at Tate St Ives.

Typography consisting of a series of words describing what graphic design.

Tracey Waller

BA Graphic Design Course Leader Tracey Waller's practice has included producing title sequences for BAFTA award-winning dramas, film titles, broadcast graphics and typography for commercials.

Drawing of interlocking shapes by Kelly Chorpening.
Kelly Chorpening - Double Dutch (detail). 2014.

Kelly Chorpening

BA Drawing Course Leader Kelly Chorpening’s practice, which spans drawing, painting, film, installation and publishing, is not media or process specific.