UAL Showroom collects, selects, shows and sells the best art and design from all creative disciplines across the University, in order to profile and promote our talented students and graduates for work opportunities, commission and sales.
The space is programmed and managed by the Careers And Employability department and free to visit.
Practices of Enquiry
Making UAL Teaching Visible
9 January – 27 January 2017
Practices of Enquiry is UAL’s first exhibition of teaching. A team of students, graduates and staff have worked together to visually translate the teaching methods of several tutors into a series of installations and displays. In November 2016 the exhibition was shown at Chelsea’s Cookhouse Gallery, where a week-long events programme showcased the practice of teaching to students and staff. Now in its second iteration, the exhibition demonstrates what UAL teaching has to offer via graphic displays, video documentaries, audio guides and original student produced artworks.
Key members of the student–staff team behind ‘Practices of Enquiry’, UAL’s first exhibition of teaching will lead 2 guided tours. The tour will provide context to the student–staff collaborative processes behind the project; explain the thinking behind each of the 9 exhibits; and invite discussion about how we share teaching practice.
Tours take place:
1 - 2pm on 18 January - Book here 5 - 6pm on 23 January - Book here
LEGO Serious Play
Graham Barton, Academic Support Co-ordinator
Michael Spencer, Course Leader, MA Performance Design and Practice, Central St Martins
Dereck Harris, Associate Lecturer, BA Fine Art: Painting, Wimbledon College of Arts
Models of Enquiry Reader
Joshua Trees, Lecturer, BA Graphic & Media Design, London College of Communication
Yvan Martinez Arguiarro, Course Leader of Study Abroad FESP, Central St Martins
Shibboleth Shechter, Senior Lecturer, BA Interior & Spatial Design, Chelsea College of Arts
Drawing Dance Mural
Lucy Algar, Course Leader, BA Theatre Design, Wimbledon College of Arts
Shooting from the Hip Audio Guide
Andy Lee, Course Leader, MA Fashion Media Production, London College of Fashion
Tracey Waller, Course Leader, BA Graphic Design, Camberwell College of Arts
Cultural Exchange Cafe
Dr Mark Ingham, Acting Programme Director, Spatial Communication and Senior Lecturer, Contextual & Theoretical Studies, London College of Communication
Paul Bailey, Course Leader, MA Graphic & Media Design, London College of Communication