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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.

UAL Sustainability Alumni Network Event

Thursday 24 November 2022  
6pm - 8.30pm
Central Saint Martins, 1 Granary Square N1C 4AA  


Come along to this event brought to you by the UAL Sustainability Alumni Network, for the chance to meet with a dynamic network of alumni passionate about creative sustainability.

Join curator Jani Kaila (London College of Communication 2007) and fashion sustainability lecturer and denim specialist Maarten Wentholt, who will be discussing their collaboration Veerkracht Nature-Positive Denim Platform. The project, born as a reaction to the climate crisis, has brought together 12 creative participants across Europe to work on sustainable denim concepts. Experimenting with natural soil and water bacteria, the team created a nature-positive denim capsule collection, which they will share at the event.

Mhamid El Ghizlane, Moroccan Sahara. Images by Jani Kalia
Mhamid El Ghizlane, Moroccan Sahara. Images by Jani Kalia

Have yourself a sustainable little xmas…

Wednesday 7 December
6pm – 8.30pm
Central Saint Martins, 1 Granary Square N1C 4AA

The UAL Sustainability Alumni Network are bringing you this exciting workshop to help make your Christmas that little bit more responsible.

Come along to this free workshop to learn how to use the Japanese furoshiki technique to use old scarves and fabric to wrap your gifts. You will also learn the basics of the ancient knotting technique of macrame to create your own Christmas decorations. You will be using an eco-friendly, biodegradable cotton to make your lovely decorations, along with sustainable wooden rings and beads.

All materials will be provided.


RSVP: sustainabilityalumni@arts.ac.uk

Macrame from Restoration London

Our events are open to all UAL alumni