The judges of the prestigious Catlin Art Prize have this week announced Jon Baker as one of the eight shortlisted artists for 2015. A graduate of Chelsea College of Arts, UAL, Jon […]
From 16-20 March, the Strangelove festival is bringing moving image to spaces throughout Central Saint Martins. In every programme – from Graphics to Fashion to Fine Art – moving image plays an important role. The College asked artist Terry Smith and curator David Gryn to help develop a film and video festival that brought students, staff […]
David Kershaw, CEO, M&C Saatchi, visited LCC recently to talk to students on the BA (Hons) Design Cultures course studying the Contextual and Theoretical Studies – Creative Industries unit. LCC Associate Lecturer Maureen Salmon MA FRSA reports on a fascinating lecture on advertising agencies and leadership. David Kershaw was educated at Bedales School and Durham […]
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As part of the Strangelove moving image festival, our Museum and Study Collection will be celebrating its links to the silver screen. The exhibition German Film Posters: 1918-1922 will showcase the Museum’s silent film posters in our window galleries from 16 March to 10 April. The posters shed light on developments in graphic design, but […]
Students from London College of Communication have joined forces with iconic publisher Ladybird Books in a collaboration that will reimagine the brand in today’s world, as part of its centenary celebrations. The six-month long project – culminating in an exhibition during London Design Festival – will see students present their concepts to Ladybird with the […]
Elin Schonfelder, a first-year BA (Hons) Media Communications student, has just won a writing competition run by Dare digital agency and has been offered a two-week work experience with the company. Dare is a digital agency that specialises in creating digitally connected customer experiences. By exploring the potential of the internet and creativity, Dare help […]