If you're wondering how to submit a proposal to exhibit your work in one of our spaces (Central Saint Martins, London College of Communication or London College of Fashion, High Holborn), it's worth reading through the Frequently Asked Questions below.
If you have any questions, please contact the relative College Events Coordinator
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Central Saint Martins is based on the first floor D1 corridor outside of the Learning and Library Zone. Granary Building, 1 Granary Square, Kings Cross, London N1C 4AA - https://goo.gl/maps/eisQvXSqWnm
London College of Communication is based directly outside of the Darkroom Bar and comes fitted with podium platform seating. London SE1 6SB - https://goo.gl/maps/UEY6QT5e1vS2
London College of Fashion (High Holborn) is based on the ground floor adjacent to The Blueprint Café and next to the Activities Studio. Please be aware that this is not the ‘Not Just a Shop’ window space – which is programmed by UAL’s Careers and Employability Team. 272 High Holborn, London WC1V 7EY - https://goo.gl/maps/yTfjfdVXtXq
Your exhibition slot will run for 11 days, Tuesday to the following Friday (inclusive of the weekend). This includes installation and de-installation.
You will need to plan for installation, de-installation and making good of the space within your hire time. It is important that you keep to these times, as the space is often booked back-to-back.
Central Saint Martins - the space is accessible throughout college opening hours as it is an open access space.
LCF, High Holborn - you will need to collect the gallery key from the Creative Opportunities team at the Students' Union on the first floor. You will be asked to hold on to the space key for the for the duration of your booking.
London College of Communication - the space is accessible throughout college opening hours as it is an open access space for students.
Installation for all sites: 10am – 6pm
Invigilation: Within the above time you need to decide on how you intend to rota and invigilate the show. For solo shows you may need to state this on any promotional content when you intend to be present.
Unfortunately not, but we are happy to troubleshoot ideas with you during the space induction and at any time leading up to and throughout the booking.
For basic exhibitions at LCF, High Holborn, we may be able to support this (though this is very much based on staff flexibility and is not a given), with this in mind the work will be left un-invigilated at your own risk. As an example those exhibitions or projects with multiple audio visual requirements will need to be opened and closed by yourself.
Unfortunately, at all other sites (Central Saint Martins and London College of Communication) we don't have the resources for this, so it is your responsibility to open and close the exhibition each day you wish for it to be open. Think about what time you can realistically commit to and set your opening hours accordingly, for example, Wednesday afternoon, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
It is highly recommended that you invigilate the space at busy times like lunchtime, and at the beginning and end of the day.
Yes. Each site is different so please take note of the below:
Please be aware that no food is to be consumed at any event in our spaces at UAL
Central Saint Martins
Internal Private View
This is an Exhibition and Private View only open to UAL Staff and Students.
External Private View
This is a Private View open to external attendees (non-UAL attendance as well as UAL student and staff attendance), with the rest of the exhibition period only open to UAL Staff and Students.
Serving alcohol in the space and space management at the private view
Due to Camden council licening laws you must adhere to the below if intending to provide alcohol:
CSM Hospitality provides two alcohol purchasinng options:
Arts SU unfortunately does not have the budget to fund any of the additional required costs for serving alcohol at exhibitions.
If you don’t have budget - but would like a drink after your private view why don’t you reserve a table in the Platform Bar and bring your friends there for a drink.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a table or two (subject to other bookings).
There may be occasions when due to content of an Exhibition the CSM Events Team will advise extra staffing or age restrictions are put in place for private views.
Please make CSM Events Team aware if children or young people are expected to attend a Private View.
London College of Fashion (High Holborn)
Serving alcohol in the space and space management
London College of Communication
Making good of the space means removing all work and rubbish from the space, removing nails / screws from the walls, filling any large holes in the wall and repainting the space if necessary.
Arts SU will provide any paint etc needed to make good of the space. Please make sure you discuss your requirements with the College Events Coordinator
Consider submitting a group exhibition proposal so you can share the responsibilities of installation and invigilation.
Anything left in the space at the end of your hire will be disposed of within a week of the exhibition coming down (as per the Terms and Conditions)
Work left is at your own risk and will not be insured.
Information: At the point of application, we need as much information as possible including who is involved and how many people will be exhibiting. Please also take note that there is a space to upload images towards the end of the online application form.
Risk Assessment: You will be expected to complete a Risk Assessment and return this to the College Events Coordinator no later than two weeks before your exhibition slot starts. Hardcopies will be given to you in the information session.
Promotional material: If you supply us with a .jpeg version of your exhibition poster / flyer then we may be able to circulate this via the Arts SU social media channels and update onto the Arts SU ‘Whats on’ page staff resource permitting.
This will be needed no later than two weeks before your exhibition slot starts. You are responsible for all other promotion. Info on previous student-led exhibitions can be viewed here.