There are still a few days left to visit this year’s Foundation Diploma in Art and Design Summer Show 2015. Featuring work from a wide range of Art, Design and Communication pathways the exhibition will be open until Friday 15 May, 5pm.
If you are heading to Camberwell to visit the exhibition there are plenty of local places to relax, grab a coffee or a bite to eat. We asked the 2015 Foundation students to give us a rundown of their favourite places.
60 Camberwell Church Street, London SE5 8QZ
Sweet and savoury gluten free crepes, coffee and fresh juice.
Lunch and a drink £6 – £9
‘Maloko is my favourite place in Camberwell, serving the most delicious savoury and sweet pancakes, with friendly staff and the best reggae tunes in a cosy environment. With fresh ingredients and exotic juices made from scratch, this place is good for the soul!’ – Chiara Gilmore (Drawing)
St Giles Church
Camberwell Church Street, London SE5 8RB
‘The green area outside of St Giles church is great for chilling out, although it is dependent on decent weather!’ – Iona Mitchell (Drawing)
The Pigeon Hole Cafe
2 Datchelor place, SE5 7AP
Daily changing menu of salads and sandwiches made using produce from local suppliers. Cakes and sweet treats.
Lunch & coffee: £6.40 – £8
10% discount for students
‘The Pigeon Hole Cafe is great for a cake pick-me-up.’ – Georgia Ward Dyer (Sculpture)
37 Camberwell Church Street, Camberwell, London SE5 8TR
Panini’s, wraps and Illy coffee.
Lunch & coffee £5.50 – £7
‘Café Noir £3 grilled Panini’s are the bomb.’ – Jay Sia (3D Product and Spatial)
24 Camberwell Church Street, London SE5 8QU
Filled rolls, baquettes and sandwiches. Cakes and pastries.
Roll & soft drink/juice £3 – £5
‘Sophocles Bakery is the best and cheapest (but don’t tell them!) place for lunch.’ – Joshua Von Uexkull (Painting)
The Foundation Diploma in Art and Design Summer show is open between Monday 11 May – Friday 15 May 2015.
CCW Progression Centre
Foundation Building, 1 Wilson Road, London SE5 8LU