LCC Library weekend opening will resume from the 17th January. Regular term time opening hours resume on Monday 12th.
Open to all students across UAL, whatever your course or college Exploring “stuckness” 10:30am – 1:15pm Friday 16 January 2015 Stuck on hard topics? Not sure what to do next? In this Lego Serious Play (LSP) workshop, we explore why stuckness … Continue reading
To enable Library staff to carry out inductions for new BA students, the Library opening hours will be slightly reduced for 7 days from 6th October. The Library will open later but will be open into the evenings as usual: Monday … Continue reading
Welcome to the new students at London College of Fashion and the other UAL colleges. If you are interested in the history of fashion and footwear in London then you may find the LCF Archives a good place to investigate. … Continue reading
Due to the installation of automatic sliding doors running over time, Chelsea Library will open today at 12:30 to allow the engineers to finish the work. Please contact library staff on 02075147840/7901 if access is needed before then. We apologise … Continue reading
Coming soon – Knitwear: Chanel to Westwood at Fashion Textile Museum from 19 September 2014 to 19 January 2015 . The blurb says: ‘Inspirational vintage fashion knitwear from the 20th century. Highlights include 1920s Chanel jersey, 1930s woollen swimwear, 1970s … Continue reading
On Thursday the 17th of July, from 9AM the BoB service, will be down for around two hours, and it is possible that the service will be subject to disruption throughout the day. Sorry for any inconvenience this might cause.
At CSM Library we have a few issues with adding money to the uniflow print system that they use. If you already have money on your account you should be able to print/copy, if you don’t you may not be … Continue reading
The Learning Zone at King’s Cross is the first UAL resource to switch over to the new pcounter print system. This will mean that from today (July 8th) until the end of this week (July 11th) there is likely to … Continue reading
The Oxford English Dictionary word of the day for 08 July is ‘discalceate’, v. [‘ intr. To remove one's shoes, go barefoot, esp. as a token of reverence or humility.’] Etymology: < post-classical Latin discalceat-, discalciat-, past participial stem (see -ate suffix3) of discalceare, discalciare … Continue reading