5 Student Officers posing in a group.

Made in Arts London - Private View

Come and celebrate the launch of Made in Arts London's new collection!

Date Thursday 28 October 2021

Time 6pm - 8:30pm

Location TM Lighting, Gallery, 7 Cubitt Street, London, WC1X 0LN


The private view to launch our new collection of artists at Made in Arts London will be held on Thursday 28th October 2021, 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm, at TM Lighting Gallery7 Cubitt St, London, WC1X 0LN. Join us for a drink, be the first to see the collection and meet our talented new artists and designers. 


We are absolutely delighted to be back at the TM Lighting Gallery for a third year running to launch The Iridescent Collection, Made in Arts London's 10th Annual Exhibition! The exhibition will showcase over 40 new artists that have been selected by a panel of industry experts, running from 29th October 2021 - 7th January 2022. 


The Exhibition:

Using suggestions from the artists, this year the collection is named 'The Iridescent Collection' :

"The meaning of the word iridescent is showing luminous colours that seem to change as the angle of view or illumination alters. Many of the works in this collection have been created during a global pandemic; it is an understatement to say this has had an effect on the artists and therefore their work, from the way they have produced it through to the concepts it aims to explore.

The Iridescent Collection is an exciting new range of works, featuring over 40 new creatives, who are current students and recent graduates of University of the Arts London. The works in the collection range from print, photography, illustration, fine art, sculpture, ceramics and fashion.

As always the collection was selected by a panel of leading figures in the world of art and design, this time made up of:

Rosemary Cronin - an artist, curator and project manager, with a particular interest in socially engaged practice.

Harry Triggs - Co-founder of TM Lighting, London.

Eleanor Watson - Curator at the Design Museum, London.

Eleanor West - a Queer, Disabled interdisciplinary artist who’s practice explores queer experience via a variety of mediums and Arts Students’ Union's Activities Officer from 2019 - 2021."


Safety & Accessibility
In line with government guidance we encourage visitors to wear masks when and where possible, there will also be spare masks and hand sanitiser available at the entrance of the gallery. 

There is step free access to the gallery and an accessible toilet in the workshop adjoining the gallery. The gallery has gender neutral toilets, which are raised off ground level by a single step. Please let us know if you have any accessibility or safety concerns or would like more information.