Since the 1960s, we’ve been proud to bring a range of educational, cultural and economic benefits to the local area through collaborations and partnerships that continue to make long-lasting impacts.
As a College, we’re committed to building, sustaining and developing relationships in ways that are responsive to individual needs and the ever-changing world around us.
Our staff, students and graduates are passionate about supporting local businesses, organisations and residents through creative approaches that aim to solve society’s big challenges.
Out of all six UAL Colleges, LCC has the largest number of students joining from the local area, as well as the most diverse student body. This richness of skills, ideas and experiences makes us perfectly placed to collaborate with our communities as we work together to tackle society’s big challenges and nurture the next generation of the creative industries.
Cultural and Communities Partnership Manager
As Cultural and Communities Partnerships Manager at London College of Communication, Gill Henderson leads on building external partnerships and collaborations to support local community engagement, with a focus on the boroughs of Southwark and Lambeth.
Creative Elephant celebrates arts and cultural venues across Elephant and Castle
A new online platform highlights the range of exciting organisations and events rooted in the diverse, creative landscape of LCC’s local area.
“Find where the skills meet the needs” - Gill Henderson on fluid communities, placemaking and the importance of empathy
LCC's Cultural and Communities Partnerships Manager explains why connecting universities, cultural organisations, businesses and local residents is vital for creating meaningful impact.
Edible Rotherhithe - Get up and grow!
LCC's Talent Works helped local gardening and sustainability charity Edible Rotherhithe get its message out there via a promotional video.
On the trail of attracting visitors to the Imperial War Museum
Imperial War Museum curator Vikki Hawkins and MA User Experience Design student Yae Jin discuss the challenges of creating a family ‘walk’ through warfare.