LCI Melbourne is located in Collingwood, Melbourne. Melbourne has been awarded 'most liveable city in the world' for seven years running by the Economist magazine, and is generally considered Australia’s major cultural centre.
Collingwood contains an intriguing blend of local history, quirky entrepreneurship, hip hangouts, colourful street art and young creatives. It is spoilt for choice with an array of art galleries, boutiques, homeware stores, fashion houses, advertising agencies and design studios. Fabric stores, art supply shops and framing businesses are also plentiful along the main street and down laneways.
In 2018, LCI Melbourne moved into the iconic Foy & Gibson precinct, in a warehouse at 150 Oxford Street, Collingwood. The new campus positions our students in the heart of the most vibrant arts and design precinct in Melbourne.
Foy and Gibson was one of Melbourne’s earliest department store chains, designing and producing a range of clothing, millinery and furniture in their magnificent 19th and early 20th century complex of factories, warehouses and showrooms. Today, behind our heritage-listed façade, you will find a spacious campus with a light-filled atrium, range of modern learning studios, and a contemporary public art gallery.
The LCI Melbourne campus features Mac computer labs, a reference library, dedicated study areas, an editing suite, student display space, personal studio spaces for Visual Arts students, and a communal student lounge area. It also boasts a large public contemporary gallery.