Central Saint Martins 2021
Celebrating the achievement of our graduating students, Central Saint Martins has a festival programme of digital events and conversations as well as physical exhibitions locally and across London.
Class of 2021: Family
What would it be like to graduate alongside not one, but two members of your family? This year, Gwenan Williams and her daughters, Lleucu and Swyn, graduated from Central Saint Martins. We speak to the trio about their experience and work.
Class of 2021: Circularity
Analysing the life cycle of things gives designers the tools to minimise the ecological impact of production. From pineapples to blown glass, we look at graduating work that introduces circularity into the system.
Parade for Climate Justice
Yesterday, students and staff from across UAL came together for the Parade for Climate Justice. In a show of planetary care and creativity, our community walked through London in a bittersweet celebration of how the arts can – and must –
London Grads Now 2021
Work by our 2021 art graduates is currently on show in Saatchi Gallery's London Grads Now in a display curated by two MA Culture, Criticism and Curation students. Here, Lingfei Song and Jingwen Weng, share their curatorial approach to the project.
MullenLowe Group is extremely proud to be celebrating 10 years of our award-winning partnership with Central Saint Martins, sponsoring the annual degree shows and presenting the MullenLowe NOVA Awards for Fresh Creative Talent.
Over the last decade, the MullenLowe NOVA Awards have focused the attention of the creative community onto some of the most outstanding emerging talent. It’s been a privilege to give graduating artists, designers and innovators a platform for recognition, and shine a light on the artistry, ingenuity and excellence of these brilliant minds as they extend their thinking beyond the educational environment.
From 1,300 graduating students, just six MullenLowe NOVA Awards will be presented to students whose work represents truly creative thinking and execution.