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Chelsea College of Art

The foundry at Chelsea College of Art

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MA student Marco Chiandetti working with John Nicoll and Richard Elliott Chelsea foundry Technician at Chelsea College of Art includes a S

Talking about employability stats

Let’s talk about employability stats A staff workshop to look at DLHE data (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education).

Let's Talk About Graduate Destinations: Workshop 15 Dec 2014 14:00 to 16:00

Student Enterprise and Employability (SEE) is running a staff development workshop series for all UAL staff who want to under

Brian Chalkley's "Dawn in Wonderland and Other Stories" - book launch and panel discussion

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Panel discussion which took place at the book launch event for Brian Dawn Chalkley's Dawn in Wonderland and Other Stories.

Graphics Process Blog

graphicsprocess a fantastic resources currently being developed and designed in coordination with technical teaching at BA Graphic Design Communication at Chelsea College of Arts in London.

Critical Practice

Critical Practice is a cluster of individual artists, researchers, academics and others, supported by Chelsea College of Art & Design, London.

The Art of Making Blog

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Chelsea Techinician Steff Wills has been keeping a blog called ‘The Art of Making’ documenting his work and the work of

Teaching Development Project: Andrew Chesher, BA Fine Art at Chelsea

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A short video of Andrew Chesher talking about his upcoming teaching development project.

Nigerian Praise Performance

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This is a video of me dancing to an Nigerian praise song I chose this particular song because I wanted to show how I give praise to God through dance.

The loss wax process Introduction - Bronze casting - Part one

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PART 1 – The loss wax process Introduction - The loss wax process described by Chelsea college of art alumni Marco Chiandetti, supported by UAL foundry staff John Nicoll and Richard Elliott.