The Waterloo centre offers access to a wide range of specialised facilities, including the state-of-the-art Morley Radio station booths, fully fitted music production spaces, gallery spaces for artist shows and dedicated studios for everything from drama and dance to ceramics and glassmaking.
The Chelsea Centre for the Creative Industries is dedicated to the development of Arts, Design, Media and Technology practice. Our exhibition spaces, arts studios and dedicated Esports studio help students learn with industry professionals in environments specifically designed for creative practice
Over the next year, the North Kensington centre is going to be transformed inside and out with a new entryway and new facilities. In the meantime, our new Morley Radio recording booths are now live and broadcasting across London and beyond
Fenella Barker is professional dancer, teacher and choreographer. Since 1990, she has worked nationally and internationally as a dancer, teacher and choreographer and has been teaching Flamenco & Spanish dance at Morley for nearly 25 years
Printmaking staff Michelle Avison and Paul Dewis are exhibiting in Pleasure Scene after an 18 month collaborative project with 7 other artists. The exhibition also includes work by photography tutor Estelle Vincent. The exhibition is at newly opened contemporary art space Trafalgar Avenue, set up by ex-Morley Printmaking student Graham Martin who is now in the final year MA Painting at the RCA
Stephen Mepsted is a professional photographer and Morley Programme Manager. He has exhibited widely and his photographs have been published in magazines, newspapers, and more. His latest work documents the aftermath and events around the Grenfell Tower disaster of June 14th 2017, which happened a few hundred metres from his home