The London College of Contemporary Arts (LCCA) opened its new campus at Scepter Court, Tower Hill, to celebrate the opening, the college hosted an event from November 3-5 on the importance of ‘well-being and l ‘fulfillment’ in the creative industries.
The new campus offers advanced fashion and MAC studios, as well as modern media and photography facilities to its students. In addition, the campus rooms are equipped with equipment such as buttonholes, industrial sewing machines and overlockers.
The âWell-Being and Thrivingâ panel included the following: Oil Painter Elitsa Ristova, Founder of the âDrawling Lifeâ Charity Judy Parkinson, Creative Director and Head of Automotive Imagination Ross Wheeler and founder of “Make Me a Comic” Aura Ingoldsby.
The panel was moderated by Dr. Kate Armstrong, Head of College Management, during which industry professionals reflected on their life experiences, personal and professional, and discussed the importance of expressing those experiences. through creativity.
The event was part of the Network in Creative Enterprise (NICE) group series, led by LCCA, and will be held monthly until 2022.
Dr Kate Armstrong said in a statement: “It is fantastic to officially open our new campus and welcome brilliant creatives such as Sadie, Elitsa and Tom to participate in our ‘Well Being and Thrive’ panel.
âAs in many areas, over the past 18 months or so this has been particularly difficult for the creative industries and here at LCCA we believe it is important to reflect on the personal and professional experiences of creatives during this time and to learn from them. “
The next LCCA open house will take place on January 15, 2022.
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