Final year student? Be prepared to get the most from your graduate showcase with this free programme of careers events!
Taking place on campus and online, these events and activities will support you with the preparation, presentation and professional skills you need to make a success of your final show (in person and online).
Sessions will be delivered by creative industry professionals, expert advisers and UAL Careers and Employability staff.
All events are now live for booking. Please see the listings below.
Meet the speakers
Ananya works as a Design Intern at MCM-UK, an Architecture and Interior Design Studio. As an Interior Design Graduate from the Chelsea College of Arts, Ananya is interested in understanding design functionality and ergonomics. Her curiosity for gendered spaces inspired her to design a unisex public toilet as a final major project, which was featured during London Design Festival 2021.
Andrew is Behavioural Economist in Residence at London College of Fashion and guest lectures on rhetoric and persuasion across Southeast Asia, London Business School, University of the Arts London, UCL School of Management and Cass Business School.
Charlie Ann Buxton
Charlie Anne is a Print Designer graduated from Textiles Design at Central Saint Martins, and recently launched my scarf brand. Her work takes on a surreal, dreamlike, vintage style through an exploration of Merseyside's forgotten seaside towns and unique fashion identity. Charlie Ann has received press in Elle UK magazine as well as awards such as the Joyce Clissold Scholarship for Printed Textiles Design and Clothworkers’ Print Scholarship.
David Reason is a Specialist Technician for New Media at London College of Fashion. David is also a visual artist, spatial designer and creative technologist with a background in architecture. He uses game engines, immersive technologies and 3D-printing to create interactive and immersive experiences, cinematics, virtual worlds and physical objects.
Emily-Jane Bayliss is a British designer and founder of Beatrice Bayliss, a British born and bred sustainably focused slow fashion clothing brand, based in London. We believe in reducing our impact on the environment without compromising on price or style.
Patricia van den Akker
Roxanne Peters is an IP educator, thinker and strategist, based at the University of Arts, London. She works internationally at the intersection of IP law, creative education, ethics and enterprise. Her approach to IP education has always been practice-led for non-legal communities, focusing on inclusive and democratic ways to connect.
Wanpeng is young industrial designer based in London, currently working as a studio assistant at BA ISD at Camberwell. Wanpeng's passion lies in creating immersive experiences and emotional connections with products, which they achieve by exploring multisensory interactions.
Yeshen Venema is one of the leading product photographers and Squarespace Specialists in the UK. Specialising in the design and craft sector, he works on location and from his home studio in Islington, London.
Graduate Showcase: practical info
Check out our guides on how to prepare your work for the showcase.
Support for Graduates
Our advisors and resources can support you with identifying your career path, applications and preparing for interviews.
Exhibit and sell your work
Find out more about getting into exhibitions, trade shows, finding stockist and pricing your work.
Join our Founders and Freelancers
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