Previous Pop Up Event Archive
Previous events have taken the form of talks with industry specialists and guests, visits to artist studios and industry spaces, networking with other postgraduate students from other Colleges, sharing outcomes of recent commissions and workshops/skill shares.
From the archive:
This event included a special tour of the Can Graphic Design Save Your Life? exhibition at the Wellcome Collection.
The Griffin Gallery hosted an Engine ChatChat residency exclusively for UAL’s Postgraduate Community, with an informal and stimulating site responsive show.
A group of postgraduate students were given an exclusive early morning private curator tour of the 'Basquiat: Boom for Real' exhibition at the Barbican Centre.
Postgraduate students visited the Getty Images Archive where they were introduced to the working analogue archive by Matthew Butson (Vice President, Getty Images, Hulton Archive).
Postgraduate students and alumni took part in a series of informal and constructive peer crits, exploring work around the theme of 'Constructing Place'.
Postgraduate students from various UAL colleges and courses made an exclusive visit to Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry’s studio.
UAL Mead Rome PhD Studio Residency artists Åsa Johannesson and Denise Ackerl gave presentations on their residency projects at the British School at Rome.
Postgraduate students had a curator led tour of the Vulgar: Fashion Redefined exhibition at the Barbican Centre, led by Associate Curator Sinéad McCarthy.
A workshop at the Barbican Centre’s Arts Library aimed to foster creativity and an open community.
Lifeboat provides 4 MA graduates with a year of tailored support, including free studio space, a peer mentoring group, bespoke crit programme, and links to established art world practitioners.
A collaborative, hands on, comics creating workshop run by practice-based PhD students Penelope Mendonça and John Miers, members of the UAL Comic Studies Network.
Marta Monge and Ainne Burke led a workshop and reported back on their recent experience of ArtCop21 in Paris.
An exclusive visit to Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry’s studio, hosted by the artist himself.
Postgraduate students took a curator led tour at the Barbican Centre for The World of Charles and Ray Eames exhibition.
This event at the 'Ladybird by Design' exhibition at House of Illustration in Kings Cross was hosted by Lawrence Zeegen, UAL’s Professor of Illustration and Dean of London College of Communication's School of Design.
Former Ceramics Artist in Residence and recent Royal College graduate Matthew Raw gave a presentation about his work, establishing yourself as an artist in London and setting up a studio collective.