Projects, Collaborations & Networks
The Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Graduate School supports a number of research groupings and long term research projects. The groups have emerged through shared interests, thematic objectives, networks and practice.
Collaborative initiative with the Doctoral School at the Academy of Fine Art, Budapest.
- Cape Farewell
Cross-disciplinary cultural responses to climate change based on scientific research.
- Centre for Drawing: A Network
Scholarly and imaginative explorations of the boundaries of drawing.
- Critical Practice
A cluster supporting critical practice within art, the field of culture and organization.
- Meeting Margins
AHRC-funded project on Transnational Art in Europe & Latin America 1950-1978.
- Mistra Future Fashion
Swedish government-funded project researching sustainability in the Swedish fashion industry.
- Moving Image Network
AHRC funded network considering theory, practice and related issues of contemporary artists' film & video.
- Oral History in the Visual Arts
Collaborative oral history projects at CCW & the V&A.
EU-funded Research Network aiming to develop EU-level policy and support for Arts and Design research at doctoral level and beyond.
- Subjectivity and Feminisms
A group addressing inter-relationships between subjectivity & the artwork, and other in the artwork.
CCW MRes students worked with Professor Nigel Llewellyn, Head of Research at Tate, his co-investigator Dr Victoria Walsh and their PhD students on the Tate ‘Art School Educated’ project.
- Textiles Environment Design (TED)
TED investigates the role the textile designer can play in the field of eco design.
A research cluster investigating contemporary performance and scenographic practice
- Tokyo WonderSite
CCW-TokyoWonderSite Japan exchange project.