Ealing Art College was in fact 'Ealing Technical College & School of Art', a further education institution on St Mary's Road, Ealing, London, England. The site today is the Ealing campus of Thames Valley University. In the early 1960s the School of Art was composed of Fashion, Graphics & Fine Art Departments. The two-year ground course was held in the annex to the Art School. The Principal in 1967 was James Drew. It was the site of the "Groundcourse", a radical and influential experiment in art education, led by Roy Ascott, with a team of artists including R B Kitaj, Bernard Cohen, Harold Cohen, Brian Wall.