Want to develop and host your own workshop at The Photographers’ Gallery? The Photographers’ Gallery run a 3-hour drop-in workshop on the first Sunday of each month, and UAL students are invited to take part.
Those interested in developing a workshop are invited to an information session at The Photographers’ Gallery on Tuesday 14th October at 3pm. This session will be a chance to meet with the Education & Projects Organiser at the gallery and to work on your idea. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend.
Submit your proposals by midnight on Sunday 19th October using our online form.
SUARTS Creative Ambassador programme is an opportunity for current University of the Arts London students to gain skills and experience with Made in the Arts London and SUARTS Creative Opportunities.
This programme was developed as an opportunity for students who do not have work to showcase or sell via MiAL and SUARTS to get involved in a different way.
We welcome students from all UAL courses and disciplines, and endeavor to tailor the experience of being a Creative Ambassador to each individual depending on specific areas of interest.
Creative Ambassadors learn about promoting and selling artwork as well as gaining experience in working within an arts organisation and as part of a creative team. You will have access to professional development opportunities, the chance to network and meet new people, and to build essential skills needed for future roles within the arts.
Check out Made in Arts London for more information and to apply online.
Made in Arts London is an enterprise from the Students’ Union, University of the Arts London that sells current student and recent graduate art and design. If you are a current student or recent graduate from any of our six colleges, you are welcome to submit your work to be considered by our selection panel.
We went to the MFA Fine Art Summer Show, the first show the course at Wimbledon College of Art. This was an extremely enjoyable experience where we got to see a truly great body of work. Congratulations to the students and the staff for putting together such an eclectic show.
We are working hard to make everything look flawless for tomorrow’s opening of London Illustration Fair, but with such beautiful work by our students it would be impossible not to. Make sure you drop by Saturday or Sunday on 402 Cremer Street in Hoxton Arches, where you can enjoy beautiful illustrations and, if you fall in love, buy them for you and your home to enjoy.
Tickets can still be purchased on The London Illustration Fair website.