An Update in Pictures

The development at Camberwell College of Arts continues to make good progress. Much of the work is being done behind the hoardings in the front of the 1970’s building so can only seen when inside university buildings.

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Progress Update 2 May 2017

The building development at Camberwell College of Arts currently has two strands. One strand is within the new academic building, fit out has begun key areas such as the new library.  The other strand of the works continues at the front of the 1970’s building, behind the hoardingsRead the rest of this entry »

Progress Update 21 April

This week at Camberwell College of Arts the development is focused around preparations for the new entrance.  The contractors will be installing scaffolding behind the new hoardings as the first phase of the works will be the removal of the old steps at the front of the 1970’s block.

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Summer term starts at Camberwell

This week undergraduate students return to Camberwell College of Arts; greeting them at Peckham Road are the newly decorated hoardings, featuring a design concept by BA Graphic Design students.  Foundation students returned to the college last week and straight into final preparations for their summer show.   Read the rest of this entry »

Gallery Preview: Camberwell Space

From late autumn 2017, Camberwell Space will be housed in a new purpose-built gallery located at the entrance to Camberwell College of Arts on Peckham Road, next door to the South London Gallery. It will be located at the front of the 1970’s block beside the main entrance so that students, staff and visitors will catch a glimpse of work exhibited as they enter the building. The inaugural exhibition programme includes ‘Making and Language’ an exhibition exploring the relationship between contemporary craft and language, curated by Maiko Tsutsumi and Bridget Harvey, and ‘A History of Drawing’ an exhibition charting the history of drawing practice and teaching at Camberwell College of Arts, curated by Kelly Chorpening.

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Progress Update 3 April 2017

Contractors at Camberwell College of Arts are now working on the front of the 1970’s block  so hoardings now surround that part of the building at Peckham Road. These hoardings will be covered in a student design which will incorporate  ‘viewing windows’ and posters about the upcoming degree shows in the summer term.

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Progress Update 27 March

Surveys are being carried out this week at Camberwell’s Peckham Road site, as our fit contractors Overbury begin work. The demolition of the stairs at the front of the 1970’s block will also commence this week; temporary fencing has already been installed in preparation for the works.  It is expected to be a little noisy so we apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused.    Read the rest of this entry »

Progress Update 20 March

This week at Camberwell College of Arts hoardings will go up around the 1970’s block at Peckham Road. The college ran a student competition to create a design for the hoardings so we’re looking forward to seeing that work in situ shortly. Term has now ended for FdA, BA & MA students but those in their final year have been given additional access as they’re prepping for their final project, which culminates with their degree show.

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Inside look; Victorian building

Though the building development at Camberwell College of Arts is largely focused on the new accommodation and the academic building, essential works are being done to the existing buildings too.  We are in the process of installing a protective perspex to the outside of stained glass window within our Victorian building at Peckham Road.

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Progress Update 6 March

 

This week at Camberwell College of the Arts, Overbury, the fit out contractors for the new academic building begin work on site. Staff across the college have been preparing and clearing out for works taking place over the Easter period. The end of Spring term for both undergraduate and postgraduate students is just two weeks away with Easter falling at the very end of their break. Read the rest of this entry »