Open days are a great way to find out more about London College of Communication and our courses. You'll get to meet tutors, speak to current students and find out more about our technical facilities and social spaces.
A Mythic Understanding: Inspired by David Jones
- 6 November 2018 - 14 December 2018
- Location: Camberwell College of Arts
To mark the centenary of Armistice Day and the end of the First World War, Camberwell College of Arts will present a major project that explores the life and themes of the work of artist, illustrator and poet David Jones.
- 7 November 2018 - 4 January 2019
- Location: Window Galleries
Corrrective is a design collective of seven recent graduates of Central Saint Martins whose practice subverts that which is oppressive, and challenge and disrupt what is seen as the norm.
Went to Work, Came Back (MA Culture, Criticism and Curation final project)
- 13 November 2018 - 17 February 2019
- Location: South London Gallery Fire Station
'Went to Work, Came Back’ explores issues around gender in the workplace inspired by the SLG’s 1975 exhibition, Women and Work, by artists Margaret Harrison, Kay Hunt and Mary Kelly.
Rasheed Araeen, Peter Fillingham and Chelsea Space
- 14 November 2018 - 14 December 2018
- Location: Chelsea Space
Rasheed Araeen and Peter Fillingham have very particular approaches to how an audience encounters sculpture through material, colour, space, repetition, modularity and unit structuring.
Wild Drawing Experiment
- 17 November 2018 - 4 January 2019
- Location: Window Gallery One
Funded by the CSM Staff Refresh scheme, the Wild Drawing Experiment is a collaborative landscape walking and drawing project led by Helen Savage, Graphic Communication Design programme.
Meet our tutors in course-specific sessions. Find out about your course of interest and how we can help you reach your creative potential. Academic staff will outline the finer details of what your chosen course is all about and answer any questions you might have.
Explore our workshops and studio spaces, including the 3D Workshop and Printmaking. You’ll also visit our Library with a wide range of collections, services and facilities that will support you with your written and practice-based work.
Our Open Days couldn’t happen without our Student Ambassadors. They will register you on arrival, give you a tour of our facilities and be your guide for the day. As experts on university life, they’ll be available to answer all your questions about life at LCC and living in London.
The Information Centre is where you can access advice from our team of experts. If you have questions about living in halls or private accommodation, funding, support for dyslexia or disabilities, or making an application, the Information Centre will be on hand and ready to help.
Find out more about the different types of accommodation offered by UAL and discover broader advice about living in London.
Have a look around the places and spaces that make up LCC and get an idea of what it's like to be here.
From traditional crafts like letterpress to the latest in 3D printing, you'll have access to an extensive range of facilities at LCC.