Lectures and Events


Following the resounding success of the 2013-14 lecture programme which led to many full capacity audiences, we are pleased to announce that our 2014-15 lecture programme is in full preparation.  Topics will include John Ruskin (early tutor at WMC Camden College London), Green politics, Blue Labour or Red Labour and more. We hope to see you in 2014-15. 2013-14 speakers ranged from supporters & opponents of HS2 to Keir Starmer QC (human rights lawyer and former DPP), Professor (Lord) Robert Skidelsky (renowned political economist), Professor Rosemary Ashton (Bloomsbury expert), Julian Bell (painter, art historian – with some Bloombsury connections!), Jan Marsh (William Morris Society president) to Tulip Siddiq (standing next year for Hampstead & Kilburn), Ame Lamé, Bonnie Greer & Melissa Benn.

To join our lecture email list, send details to lectures@wmcollege.ac.uk.

Science for Non–Scientists Lectures BOOK HERE

This year, we are proud to launch a fascinating programme of science lectures for non-scientists. Always thought science is not for you? You will be amazed at how well you can understand science when lectured by scientists who know how to effectively communicate the scientific process to the general public.

Performing Arts Concerts

Whether it is African singing or playing the guitar, students on our performing arts courses get the chance to show you the skills they have learned each term. Come and cheer them at WMC’s performing arts concerts. No need to book, join the fun!

19 June 2015

Summer Exhibition

The summer exhibition is the pinnacle of a year of hard work and enjoyment for many of our students. View the Art & design exhibition (including fine art, photography, sculpture, graphic design, multimedia), the fashion foundation catwalk and listen to music performances by students. Celebrate and enjoy an evening of music, food and dance! Private View, 19 June 2015,  exhibition, 20-24 June 2015.

Ruskin Gallery Exhibitions

The Ruskin Gallery is a contemporary gallery adjacent to the Ruskin Café. Look out for our rotating exhibitions of work by students and external artists! www.ruskingallery.com

Literary Nights BOOK HERE

Our themed literary nights are a chance for you to hear the authors read from their books, meet them, buy their books. Previous themes have included International Writers, Writing Memoir, Celebrating Debuts. Literary Nights are social and networking events for budding and published writers or anyone who loves of books. Book clubs welcome!

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All our courses are available for adults aged 19 and over only.

We can only accept students aged 18 and over on the Foundation Diploma in Art & Design, Fashion Foundation and Media Foundation.