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Visible Justice

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Welcome to London College of Communication

A pioneering world leader in creative communications education.

Our schools

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Design School

The Design School is a dynamic and inclusive multidisciplinary community of internationally recognised educators, researchers and practitioners.

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Media School

The Media School has a comprehensive portfolio that spans the disciplines of publishing, advertising, public relations, media communications, photography, and journalism.

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Screen School

The Screen School goes beyond traditional academic models, designed instead to bring film and television together with the disciplines of games, animation, sound arts and design and live events.

Facilities

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3D Workshops

Learn to work with a range of tools and technologies from traditional woodworking to digital fabrication.

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Lens-Based and Audio-Visual

The facilities in this area include The Kit Room, Design Block Photography, Black Box Project Space, AV and Live Events.

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Creative Technology Lab

A multi-purpose space that supports students with: Creative Coding, Physical Computing, Projection Mapping, Games, and Virtual Reality.

Stories

A victim’s trauma

Wan Chiu Ue talks to LCC student Carlos Saavedra, a participant in the Young Blood exhibition in Visible Justice, about his experience of being stabbed in Colombia.

Identities in Limbo

As part of the Visible Justice research collective students Eric Thorp and Dalia Dawood investigate how artists David Blandy and Larry Achiampong use the virtual world of video games to explore systemic injustices.

A step to reconciliation

Amel Alariqi, a journalist from Yemen, reflects on resuming her career in the UK after fleeing war and taking steps towards reconciliation through new projects and appreciating life.

Who is to blame for climate change?

London College of Communication student Danyang Zheng explores who is to blame for climate change for Visible Justice with a mock trial putting governments, industry, the media, and others in the dock.

Our people

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Mo-Ling Chui

Mo-Ling Chui is Course Leader for BA (Hons) Design Management and Cultures at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London.

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Alison Barnes

Alison Barnes is Course Leader for BA (Hons) Graphic Branding and Identity at London College of Communication.

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Adrian Wood

Adrian is a London-based Photographer and educator and is a specialist technician for Media Photography at London College of Communication.

What's on

Sound Arts Visiting Practitioners Series 2019

Sound Arts Visiting Practitioners Series 2019

  • 18 April 2019 - 9 May 2019
  • Location: London College of Communication

This series of visiting speakers is co-hosted by LCC’s department of Sound Arts and Design and UAL's research centre for Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice and is curated by Dr John Wynne.

Sonic Futures: 'Performing Identity in the Global City' Conference

Sonic Futures: 'Performing Identity in the Global City' Conference

  • 25 April 2019
  • Location: London College of Communication

This is a one day conference that sees the participation of scholars, students, practitioners and artists. Overarching themes are student engagement, wellbeing and retention through pedagogic strategies, Hip Hop culture, sustainable practices and

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Visible Justice is now open until Friday 3 May. Co

Visible Justice is now open until Friday 3 May. Collaborative partners include: @reprievehq, @artistprotectionfund and t...

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Join @intdesarts students at next weeks @sciencemu

Join @intdesarts students at next weeks @sciencemuseum Lates, where you can interact with with their projects in celebra...

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Here’s a sneak peak ahead of tonight’s launch of V

Here’s a sneak peak ahead of tonight’s launch of Visible Justice. The exhibition and events programme explores social ju...

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This image was taken from the exhibition Very Now,

This image was taken from the exhibition Very Now, which was part of the LCC Festival of Journalism and Art in 2016. Com...