London, United Kingdom
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Camberwell College of Arts has a range of professional workshops and facilities.
The workshops and facilities are supervised by experienced technicians, who are all skilled art and design practitioners.
Students are also able to borrow a range of equipment from our central loan store.
Camberwell's 3D workshops allow all students to make work in wood, metal and plastic.
The 3D workshops are equipped with:
Our ceramic workshop consists of a working area, plaster room, glazing laboratory, spray booth and indoor kilns.
The college also has a foundry for metal casting.
Camberwell's printmaking centre gives students access to both traditional and digital printmaking facilities.
Specialist technicians support students in making work using the following techniques:
Camberwell's photography centre has a range of darkrooms and specialist equipment.
The photography centre is equipped with:
Camberwell's digital media centre provides students with access to equipment and training.
The digital media centre includes an open access media suite, featuring a large number of Macs where students can use programmes such as In Design, Illustrator, After Effects and Final Cut Pro.
Video and sound editing, stop frame animation, image manipulation and digital print facilities are also available.
We offer training in digital media software via both structured workshops and optional one-on-one sessions with our technicians.
There are also further Mac and PC computers available to students in the library.
Camberwell's south east London location is also home to a thriving art scene that hosts a variety of galleries, project spaces and studios that our students, staff and graduates work and exhibit in.
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