University of the Arts London Archives and Special Collections

Location
    • Special Features
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    • Email
    • Telephone
        020 7514 9333
    • Address
        Elephant & Castle, London, SE1 6SB, England, UK
    • Directions
        How to find usBy Train: The Elephant & Castle site is connected by Thameslink trains from St Pancras International, Blackfriars and London - Luton Airport ParkwayBy Underground: Both the Bakerloo and Northern lines stop at Elephant & Castle station. The College is opposite the shopping centre on the same side of the road as the Metropolitan Tabernacle, just three minutes walk away via the underpass.By Bus: Elephant & Castle is extremely well connected for buses across London including: 1, 12, 35, 40, 45, 53, 63, 68, 100, 133, 148, 155, 168, 171, 172, 176, 188, 322, 188, 322, 333, 343, 344, 360, 363, 453, 468, C10, P5.Barclays Cycle Hire: The Barclays Cycle Super Highway (route CS7) runs close to the College and you can find a number of Barclays Cycle Hire docking stations located nearby. Barclays Cycle Hire is a service open to everyone, allowing you to hire a bike as a member or casual user. You can read more on the Transport for London website. Local docking stations near to the College: Ontario Street, Elephant and Castle Walworth Road, Southwark Strata, Southwark Hampton Street, Walworth
    • Opening Hours
      • Tuesdays-Fridays, 1pm-5pm
    • Photographs Allowed
        depending on the material
    • Refreshment Area
        On-site college canteen open during term times, on-site college cafe open throughout the year.
    • Archival and Other Holdings

      Our collections:Stanley Kubrick ArchiveEdward Bawden CollectionC & A CollectionComic Book CollectionJoy Cuff ArchiveThorold Dickinson CollectionTom Eckersley CollectionClive Exton ArchiveRobert Fenton ArchiveHubert Foss ArchiveHer Noise ArchivePhillip Knightley ArchiveLCC CollectionCharles Pickering CollectionJohn Schlesinger ArchiveTell Us About It ArchiveJohn Westwood Collection

    • History

      In 2007 the UAL Archives and Special Collections Centre opened, it inheritted the collections previously held at the London College of Communication and acquired it's biggest archive, the Stanley Kubrick Archive, that year. The main strengths are in film-making, graphic design and the history of printing.

    • Notes
        On-site college canteen open during term times, on-site college cafe open throughout the year.