Chelsea College of Arts degree students have just wrapped up their degree shows, accompanied by the first ever Late at Chelsea event hosted here at UAL. Students from all departments of Chelsea College of Arts showed a wide variety of artworks and exhibitions. Alongside the Degree Shows we hosted Late at Chelsea a free event here at Chelsea College of Arts which opened the College doors up to the public to take part in drop-in workshops, pop-up talks and enjoy a vibrant mix of art, music and film and to enjoy with food and drinks on the Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground.
Chelsea College of Arts Summer Show
The Short Courses Book Illustration tutor Zehra Hicks gave a short portrait workshop where students created portraits and entered them into a competition to win a Short Course. We also ran Graphic Design, Life Drawing and Book Binding workshops.
Zehra has a unique approach to illustration: making use of sticks, bamboo and potatoes to create her books, she does not allow herself to be limited to pencils and paint. She is currently working on her 7th picture book due to be published in January 2020 with Hodder.
Illustration Workshop and Late at Chelsea
The degree shows showcased some of the brilliant work being produced by the Undergraduate and Postgraduate students studying at Chelsea College of Arts ranging from VR and AR interactive projects to giant room-filling sculptures.
"Too Romantic To Forget (2019)" - Hsi-Nong Huang a BA Fine Art Student created this sculpture for the Summer Show.
If you missed the degree show you can look at the all the past Degree Show Projects shown at Chelsea here. https://chelseadegreeshow.com/