Chelsea offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses in curating, fine art, graphic design communication, textile design, interior and spatial design.
At Chelsea College of Arts, we specialise in Curating, Fine Art, Graphic Design Communication, Interior and Spatial Design and Textile Design.
The Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Graduate School incorporates research across the three colleges. This includes the Ligatus and Transnational Art, Identity and Nation (TrAIN) research centres, and the Textile Environment Design (TED) research group.
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Chelsea has an audio visual editing studio that offers studio space and equipment loan. The college’s digital print studio has 7 different printers, 2 iMacs and 2 scanners. There is a print finish and display workshop dedicated to 2D works. The library also has Macs, PCs and scanners students can use.
Our students live in a wide variety of locations across London and choose where they live based on a number of things such as travel time to college, cost of accommodation and how close they are to friends.
The best aspects of this course (in 2007) were the location, the standard of the visiting artists (visiting lecturers and tutors - such as Ellen Cantor, Phillip Lai, Steve Claydon), and the facilities (i.e. the library, woodworking, foundry). The team running the Fine Art department were culturally and intellectually engaged, but the department was very understaffed (one...
I attended the EA in August 2017 for a period of one week. This one week exceeded my expectations and I found a young dynamic staff willing to go out of their way to help. I did find the schedule very heavy with little time left to explore other venues, and I would have liked to have had more contact with artists living and working in Venice. This would be my only...
The workshops and lectures were amazing, and the tutors were attentive and generous with their time. There wasn’t a bar (and still isn’t) which was a shame. There was lots of socialising in the studios anyway, but a bar would have been great.