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Jocelyn Herbert’s set design for Serjeant Musgrave's Dance by John Arden.

Staging the Real

28 November 2018

Symposium at the National Theatre considering the construction and representation of the real in theatre and performance.

People watching a performance at Horniman Museum and Gardens.

Museum engagement as speculative design

15 March 2019

How concepts of audience engagement might be imagined in and around museums and other spaces of collection and display.

Still from Animal Condensed by Jennet Thomas.

Wimbledon's research interests

  • Costume
  • Experimental film
  • Painting
  • Performance
  • Sculpture
  • Theatre

Wimbledon shares common research interests with Camberwell and Chelsea in drawing, critical fine art practice, art history and theory.

Richard Layzell performance at Whitstable Biennale.

Our graduate school

The Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon graduate school incorporates research across the three colleges. It enables staff and PhD/MPhil students to develop their research careers.

The graduate school gives staff and PhD/MPhil students based at Wimbledon access to a wider research network and community.

Through our research degrees and taught postgraduate courses, each college maintains its unique research identity.

Find out more about the benefits of studying a research degree at Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon graduate school.