Photographic education at the University of Westminster has a unique depth of tradition. The world’s first courses in photographic chemistry were delivered at the Regent Street Campus in the 19th century, and the first degree in photography was delivered in 1980’s at what was then the Polytechnic of Central London.
Photography teaching is delivered on one of the finest and most fully equipped facilities in the country. The Photography Centre offers five large, professionally equipped studios and industry-standard post-production facilities, a selection of digital and analogue cameras in a wide range of formats and much more.
In addition, there are well-equipped laboratories for image analysis, sensitometry, colour evaluation and colour profiling and image management.
Alongside all of these facilities, our highly experienced technical staff are there to provide you with expert advice and support. Whether your question concerns photographic chemistry or the latest digital post-production techniques, one of the technicians will be able to answer it, usually in far greater detail than you expected.
The School of Media, Arts and Design has one of the most varied portfolios in Europe. Surrounded by artists, producers, journalists, designers and musicians, all intent on producing their work to the highest possible standards, you will have the chance to collaborate with colleagues in group projects and team work.
The Youth Season 2
31-33 Church Street, Marylebone, London NW8 8EH
Private View evening is Thursday 13th April 2017 6pm-10pm
Designed to celebrate and help upcoming artists promote their work, The Youth find unique spaces and creates events around London, creating a collaboration between the artists and various exhibition contexts.
Taking over the […]
MATERIAL LIGHT – 15.03.17 – 24.03.17
AT SRISHTI OUTPOST – A COLLATERAL PROJECT OF THE KOCHI MUZIRIS BIENNALE
MILL HALL COMPOUND, MATTANCHERY, KOCHI, KERALA, INDIA
Rather than causing the death of analogue photography, the dominance of digital media has recently increased interest in analogue and historical processes amongst image makers and artists.
MATERIAL LIGHT explores […]
现像 REFLECT THE TRUTH
Image: Jennifer Lei Wang
Private View: 11th November 6:30 – 9:00pm
exhibition continues 11th November – 18th November
Talk & Discussion: Dr. Lucy Soutter on Tuesday 15th November 6:30 – 7:30pm
Bringing together still and moving image works from Chinese graduates from The University of Westminster’s MA Photographic […]