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LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019: Show 2, Design and Screen

Event date
5 December 2019 - 7 December 2019
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LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019: Show 2, Design and Screen
LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019: Show 2, Design and Screen
 
Thursday 5 – Saturday 7 December 2019
 
Opening hours:
 
Thursday 5 December, 11am-6pm
Friday 6 December, 11am-6pm
Saturday 7 December, 11am-4pm.
 
Launch night: 
Wednesday 4 December, 6-8.30pm
Free and open to all.
Book here.
 
Explore work from our graduating cohort of future-facing designers, thinkers, artists and innovators as they show off the results of their postgraduate studies with us at LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019!
 
These students are the next generation of leading creatives, exhibiting an array of work that pushes the boundaries of the always-evolving design and screen industries.

Preview Breakfast:
Wednesday 4 December, 8:30-11am
By invite only

If you work in the Design, Media or Screen industries or are a member of the press and are interested in seeing the show before it opens to the public, you might be interested in our Preview Breakfast event. Our Preview Breakfasts take place on the morning of the Launch Night and are an opportunity to meet the students in a quiet, informal setting. Email Luminita Molico (l.molico@lcc.arts.ac.uk) to find out more.

Design School courses exhibiting:

MA Data Visualisation
MA Design for Art Direction
MA Design Management
MA Graphic Branding and Identity
MA Graphic Media Design
MA Illustration and Visual Media
MA Interaction Design Communication
MA Service Design
MA User Experience Design

Screen School courses exhibiting: 

MA 3D Computer Animation
MA Animation
MA Documentary Film
MA Film
MA Games Design
MA Screenwriting
MA Sound Arts
MA Television
MA Virtual Reality
MA Visual Effects

Please note that guests are not permitted to bring alcohol into events. In the interest of security, bag searches will be in operation throughout.
 
Accessibility
London College of Communication strives to provide an inclusive and accessible environment for our students and visitors. If you have any specific access requirements for an event or exhibition, please contact us by email (events@lcc.arts.ac.uk) or phone (020 7514 8498) in advance of your visit so that we can make any necessary preparations or adjustments. For full access and route guides for our building, please view our AccessAble accessibility guide.
 
Find Us
London College of Communication is located in the heart of London, at Elephant & Castle. The College is based on a single site, within easy reach of various parts of the city and well served by tube, bus and rail networks. Find out more about getting here on our Find Us page.
 
Important Filming and Photography Notice:
Please note that filming and photography will be taking place throughout the exhibition. Both bigger crowds, smaller groups and individuals may be captured on camera.
 
All imagery and footage may at some point be published on the College's website, social media channel and in print.
 
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