LCC Summer Shows 2012


London College of Communication showcases the creatives of the future.

The next generation of designers, animators and advertisers are exhibiting at the London College of Communication until 5th July. Original and thought-provoking work produced by more than 500 students from the College’s award-winning courses illustrates why LCC has earned its worldwide reputation for media , design and communication.

Watch a short film of the building of the set by Morag Myerscough and M.V Shea Building Services. The film was produced by LCC students Louis Leeson and Patrick Hoelscher.

Show 4 – Originators

BA & FdA (Hons) Animation, BA (Hons) Graphic & Media Design, FdA & BA (Hons) Digital Media Design, FdA & BA (Hons) Games Design, FdA & BA (Hons) Design for Graphic Communication, BA (Hons) Graphic Product Innovation, FdA & BA (Hons) Media Practice, FdA Graphic & Spatial Communication, ABC Diploma in Animation, ABC Diploma in 3D Animation, *ABC Diploma in Sound & Music Technology and BA (Hons) Creative Advertising Strategy.
(*This course has been moved from show 3 to show 4)

Private View Thursday 28 June, 6 – 9pm
Open to the public 29 June – 5 July, 10am – 5pm (closed Sunday)

Previous shows
Our first show Bright Sparks featuring work from our Foundation Diploma Art & Design took place in April. Read the LCC blog for a review of the show and see images via Flickr.

Show 2 – Generators
Our second show featured work by BA (Hons) Photography, BA (Hons) Photojournalism, BA (Hons) Book Arts & Design, BA (Hons) Sound Arts & Design and BA (Hons) Film & Television students and took place from 28 May – 7 June 2012. Read the LCC blog for a review of the show and see images via Flickr.

Show 3Accelerators
Our third show featured work by FdA & BA (Hons) Surface Design, FdA & BA (Hons) Interior Design, BA (Hons) Production for Live Events & Television, ABC Diploma in Photography, ABC Diploma in Graphic Design and ABC Diploma in Spatial Design (Interior Design) and took place from 14 – 21 June 2012. Read about some of the work showcased via the  LCC blog  and see images via Flickr.