We work with creative partners to bring you unique opportunities such as leading a workshop at an event, developing new work or ideas for a competition or the chance to showcase your work. All open calls for entries are listed below; for our previous collaborations, see the Past Events page.
We are pleased to the opportunity for UAL students to become part of the unique and spectacular RA Late programme.
Titled 'Summer Pleasure Garden' this Late opening event will take place across the entire Royal Academy campus including the newly unveiled 6 Burlington Gardens.
Inspired by Georgian pleasure gardens which were extraordinary spaces for entertainment, art and music. These magical gardens with tree-lined avenues glowing with lanterns, music concerts in elegant rotundas, masquerade balls, al fresco dining and natural spring water (believed to have healing properties) gave ordinary Londoners a chance to escape city life for the night.
Late opening events are fantasy-inspired and themed events which transform the Royal Academy for an evening of workshops, performances, installations, interaction and participation.
Should you wish to apply for this opportunity please read the UAL brief document and click on the 'Apply Now' button below to be directed to our application form.
Deadline: Tuesday 29th May.
Submissions are open to become a Made in Arts London Artist! Available to all current UAL students can apply (any students who are currently studying at time of application will be considered, even if they have graduated when they are selected.) Deadline: Thursday 31st May 2018.
Curated by a changing panel of industry experts, the annual MiAL Collection is available to purchase online and is taken to a wide variety of events and exhibitions throughout a 2 year tenure, with Artists being given crucial professional development and support throughout.
Each year the Students' Union offers the opportunity for one graduate of that year the chance to work from a central London studio for 12 weeks.
The Residency opportunity is a fantastic way to develope your practice further ensuring that you still have a place to work post-degree show and a space to think.
Alongside a free studio - the Residency gives access to a Materials budget of £500.00 and on-going practical and conversational critical support from the Creative team based at High Holborn.
The selected student will also have coordination support for a final show at the end of September.
Deadline: Midnight, Sunday 17th June.
High Holborn Summer Residency 2017
Last year we selected Kate Miller for the opportunity.
Images can be located here
Kate Miller also took part in Art Licks Weekend 2017 - a festival that showcases the work of pioneering young artists, curators, galleries and project spaces in London.