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LCC in the News: July 2017

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Written by
Jake May
Published date
09 August 2017

At London College of Communication, we’re renowned for our diverse community of bright and talented students, staff and alumni. Collectively, we regularly feature in national and international press – so each month we round up a couple of the highlights. 

See below for a handful of the LCC-related news and features for our Design, Media and Screen Schools from the likes of BBC, Thump, Time Out London, Wonderland Magazine and more…

It’s Nice That feature LCC students in ‘Introducing The Graduates 2017’

It’s Nice That feature graphic designer Tom Baber and photographer Max Granger, with some great photos and interviews, in their round-up of this year’s ‘Introducing: The Graduates 2017’.

MA Sound Arts grad featured in Thump, Vice’s electronic music and culture channel

Thump produces an in-depth feature on LCC MA Sound Arts grad Howie Lee, describing the Beijing-based producer as ‘the sound of China’s cyber underground’.

Creative Review feature LCC student in piece considering ‘showiness’ of degree shows

Creative Review feature BA (Hons) Graphic & Media Design student Pete Roden’s “well-crafted but beautifully wonky dinnerware set” in a piece considering the ‘showiness’ of degree shows.

LCC grad’s documentary photography featured on Guardian and BBC

The Guardian and BBC feature Graduate Diploma Photography alumni Hugh Kinsella Cunningham’s powerful images of female boxers of the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Teen Vogue pick three Trump-inspired LCC student projects in UAL feature

Teen Vogue rounds up Trump-inspired projects at UAL Summer Shows, including three LCC students across BA (Hons) Interaction Design Arts and BA (Hons) Graphic & Media Design.

Evening Standard also round-up UAL Trump Summer Shows projects

Similarly to Teen Vogue, Evening Standard run with ‘Donald Trump’s love of tweeting and fake news has inspired the London art class of 2017’ – again featuring numerous LCC students amongst the wider UAL feature.

Work by LCC grad Sara Tavasolian, featured on London Evening Standard’s round-up of Trump-inspired Degree Shows.

Time Out recommend ‘A Short Exhibition About Music Zines’

Time Out highlight LCC’s archival zine exhibition as one of ’23 lovely things to do in London‘, and also feature in print.

Illustration grad featured in international branding and design magazines

BA (Hons) Illustration & Visual Media grad Dieter Ashton’s ‘trippy’ VHS prints are featured on FastCompany and It’s Nice That.

Sarah Lucas’ first major museum exhibition in US featured on Art Daily

Artist Sarah Lucas, an alumna of LCC, has her first major museum exhibition in the US opening in San Francisco, covered by international contemporary art publication Art Daily.

Photographer and LCC grad Michael Kenna’s new exhibition covered on Blouin Artinfo

Michael Kenna, photographer and LCC grad, has a new solo exhibition at Galerie Albrecht, as reported on Artinfo.

Wonderland Mag interview photography grad ahead of book release

Wonderland Magazine interview photography graduate Rosaline Shahnavaz about her new book, ‘Fern’.

Photography by Rosaline Shahnavaz, as featured on Wonderland

Video of photographer Juno Calypso speaking at Nicer Tuesdays on It’s Nice That

‘Juno Calypso runs us through her cheeky, quirky and intricately staged images, which see her trawling through unusual locations and strange character designs.’ Watch the video on It’s Nice That.

Open call for entries for Turner Contemporary Exhibition curated by LCC’s Val Williams

LCC’s Val Williams is co-curating a show on seaside photography and is calling upon photographers to submit their work for an exhibition there and around the UK.

And if that’s not enough news for you, keep up-to-date with all of our activities on LCC’s Facebook page.