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Grey, blue, white, silver and lime textile sample by Stacey Griffiths - BA Textile Design at Chelsea College of Arts.
Stacey Griffiths,
BA (Hons) Textile Design, Chelsea College of Arts, UAL
Computer generated mountain and glacial landscape in grey, brown and blue tones.
Computer generated mountain and glacial landscape in grey, brown and blue tones.
Sarah Finney., Sarah Finney
BA (Hons) Fine Art, Chelsea College of Arts, UAL

Chelsea College of Arts provides a stimulating space to develop your creative practice. Join an international hub exploring global perspectives in art and design.

  • Students watching the Ian Giles After BUTT film in Chelsea Space gallery.
    Credit: Ian Giles. Ian Giles., Students watching the Ian Giles After BUTT film in Chelsea Space gallery
    , Chelsea College of Arts, UAL |
  • Model wearing garment made of colourful stripey knitted textiles by Priscilla Luong.
    Priscilla Luong., Priscilla Luong
    BA (Hons) Textile Design, Chelsea College of Arts, UAL
  • Typography by BA Graphic Design Communication student Polina Hohonova.
    Polina Hohonova
    BA (Hons) Graphic Design Communication, Chelsea College of Arts, UAL

Stories

  • A coastal landscape view with snowy mountains in the distance. A rope runs along the ground and is wrapped around the rock at the centre of the frame, on the end of a cliff.
    One of Claire's ropes in the Höfn landscape.

    Exploring sustainable textile design in Iceland

    Claire Anderson, Course Leader, Graduate Diploma Textile Design, tells us about her work with Icelandic product designer Hanna Dís Whitehead which takes inspiration from material traditions in the area of Hornafjörður.

  • Still from film showing a screen split into 4 quarters. Each shows a different image of a landscape. At the top of the screen across the images are the words: Can it be said that landscape is a state of mind?
    Christine Gordon, Still from Passing Time by Christine Gordon, BA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Arts.
    BA (Hons) Fine Art, Chelsea College of Arts, UAL | Photograph: Christine Gordon

    Fine Art students present new film works at Late at Tate

    Streamed live online on 15 December, the works explore how we engage with the landscape around us today, responding to Tate Britain’s Turner’s Modern World exhibition.

  • A man stands in a yellow room hung with framed works of art.
    Alleycats TV, Dr David Dibosa presenting The Many Faces of Picasso
    , Chelsea College of Arts, UAL | Photograph: Alleycats TV

    This knowledge was always yours: an interview with Dr David Dibosa

    As the MA Curating and Collections course leader prepares to present a new programme on BBC4, he speaks about the role of universities in public cultural life.

  • Some books from the Stuart Hall Library archive
    Jason Grant, Some books from the Stuart Hall Library archive

    Iniva and the Stuart Hall Library move to Chelsea College of Arts

    Now located at Chelsea, we introduce Iniva, an organisation that has been working to radically transform the visual arts landscape for 25 years.