Research at London College of Communication
The research community at London College of Communication is made up of world-renowned practitioners and theorists specialising in film, current practices and histories of photography, communication studies, sound arts, graphic and information design, and spatial design.
Our research is supported by collaborations with industry, commerce and the cultural sector, funding from UK research councils, and through international partnerships.
LCC offers a supportive and exciting research environment for graduate researchers with seminars, lectures and events.
In recent years, graduate researchers have curated exhibitions, hosted conferences and produced publications of their work.
Find out about the benefits of studying a research degree at London College of Communication.
London College of Communication launches ‘Ethics for Making’ in partnership with Lotus Films
The free, digital resource provides a space for students, teachers and makers to explore ethics in creative practice.
Photography and the Archive Research Centre at London College of Communication hosts first instalment of upcoming web-series, The Decolonising Lens
Broadcast live on Thursday 30 July as part of our Graduate Showcase Public Programme, join Mark Sealy, Gary Younge and Carol Tulloch as they discuss the Decolonial through photography, media and curatorial practice.
Join resident experts at London College of Communication for Media 2020: The State of Play Today and Implications for Tomorrow
Broadcast live on Wednesday 29 July as part of our Graduate Showcase Public Programme, this event will explore the impact of social, cultural and technological shifts on the contemporary media landscape.
Sound Arts research centre holds major Tokyo conference on sound and gender
London College of Communication’s Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice research centre (CRiSAP) collaborated with the Department of Global Arts at Tokyo University of the Arts for a major international conference on sound and gender.