skip to main content

UAL Alumni events

The UAL Alumni Association hosts events throughout the year; from international group meet ups to creative workshops, panel discussions and opportunities to share knowledge. Here you can find information on upcoming Alumni events around the world.

Black and white line drawing of New York City skyline
Image: Patrick Vale, drawing of New York City skyline

UAL x Great Bowery Event

Tuesday 7 May 2019, 6:30pm - 8:30pm

University of the Arts London (UAL) invites you to a creative event at Great Bowery's headquarters in New York.

The event will bring together graduates from across our six world-renowned Colleges for the opportunity to celebrate our vibrant and creative US community.

Join Nigel Carrington, UAL Vice Chancellor, Liz Sands, Great Bowery CEO, other UAL staff and friends to hear more about Great Bowery, develop closer connections with UAL, and get involved in a creative activity over cocktails.

6:30pm - Arrival
6:45pm - Speeches
7:15pm - Drink & Draw, led by artist and Central Saint Martins alumnus, Patrick Vale

We very much hope you can join us for this fun evening of networking, discussion and partnership.

Register to attend: alumni@arts.ac.uk

Venue:
Great Bowery
2nd Floor
190 Bowery
New York, NY 10012

Student illustrations

UAL Tokyo Alumni Reception 2019

Tuesday 14 May, 6:30pm - 8:30pm

University of the Arts London (UAL) invites you to a private drinks reception at 3331 Arts Chiyoda.

The event will bring together alumni from across our six world-renowned Colleges for the opportunity to celebrate our vibrant and creative Japanese community over food and drinks.

Join Professor Jeremy Till, Head of Central Saint Martins (CSM), fellow graduates, UAL staff and friends for what promises to be a fun evening of networking, discussion and partnership.

Register your place by emailing: alumni@arts.ac.uk

Venue:
3331 Arts Chiyoda
6-11-14 Sotokanda
Chiyoda-Ku
Tokyo 101-0021

Fashion textile image
Image: Photo by Alys Tomlinson; Edward Mendoza, BA (Hons) Fashion: Fashion Print, Central Saint Martins

UAL Seoul Alumni Reception 2019

Friday 17 May,  6:00pm – 9:30pm

University of the Arts London (UAL) invites you to a private drinks reception at Foresthill Studio.

This event will bring together alumni from across our six world-renowned Colleges for the opportunity to celebrate our vibrant and creative Korean community over food and drinks.

Join Professor Jeremy Till, Head of Central Saint Martins, fellow graduates, UAL staff and friends for what promises to be a fun evening of networking, discussion and partnership.

Register your place by emailing: alumni@arts.ac.uk

Venue: 
Foresthill Studio 1F
70-17 Cheongdam-Dong
Gangnam-Gu
Seoul

Our events are open to all UAL alumni

Get involved! Connect To: Creative Network

Get involved! Connect To: Creative Network

  • 17 January 2019 - 4 July 2019
  • Location: London College of Communication

Come along to a Connect To meeting and hear from industry professionals, get involved in collaborative 'Connect To' projects, meet other students from across UAL colleges, make things happen and more!

Modual: Catalyst (UAL staff)

Modual: Catalyst (UAL staff)

  • 26 March 2019 - 1 May 2019
  • Location: London Design Museum

Modual: Catalyst is an interdisciplinary creative workshop for UAL staff taking place at London Design Museum. The workshop teaches collaborative and digital skills to creative practitioners, with a focus on supporting innovation in arts education.

MA Culture, Criticism and Curation exhibitions

MA Culture, Criticism and Curation exhibitions

  • 12 April 2019 - 25 April 2019
  • Location: Window Galleries

This year’s exhibitions focus on three different topics: the work of fashion designer and CSM graduate Teerabul Songvich; the history of the Royal School of Female Art; and lastly the radio journalist and educator Fred Hunter.

Collision Drive 1

Collision Drive 1

  • 15 April 2019 - 21 May 2019
  • Location: Wimbledon Space

Steven Rendall and Benet Spencer present recent paintings exploring sampling, cultural assimilation, collage and hybridity, activated through interventions in the architecture of Wimbledon Space.