Exhibition

Xhibit 2015

15 May 2015 – 23 May 2015

Event times

Tuesday - Friday 11am - 6pm
Saturday 10am - 3pm

Cost of entry

Free

The John Jones Project Space

London, United Kingdom

Address

Travel Information

  • 1 min from Finsbury Park tube

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Founded in 1997, Xhibit showcases the best emerging creatives. Xhibit is open to all current University of the Arts London students and is selected by an expert panel of creative industry professionals. In addition to winning a coveted spot in the annual Xhibit exhibition, participants are offered a supporting professional development workshop programme and membership to an arts organisation of their choice.

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Xhibit2015

Championing future creatives

 

Friday 15th – Saturday 23rd May

John Jones Project Space, The Arts Building, Morris Place, London, N4 3JG

 

Opening Times: Tuesday – Friday: 11am – 6pm, Saturday 10am – 3pm

Private View: Thursday 14th May, 6-9pm RSVP: g.ramsey@su.arts.ac.uk

 

Founded in 1997, Xhibit showcases the best emerging creatives. Xhibit is open to all current University of the Arts London students and is selected by an expert panel of creative industry professionals. In addition to winning a coveted spot in the annual Xhibit exhibition, participants are offered a supporting professional development workshop programme and membership to an arts organisation of their choice.

 

There are no themes or constraints, and students studying at any level, in any discipline can enter.

 

The resulting exhibition reflects the diverse range of creativity at UAL and offers those involved a unique chance for collaboration, exhibition and development - championing their work to a wider audience.

 

Xhibit 2015 has been selected by Rosa Harvest (Made in Arts London), Cassandra Needham (John Jones Project Space Curator) and Honor Severs (SUARTS elected officer).

 

The selected participants are:

 

Harriet Deadman- London College of Communication, MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography

Aitor Fernandez- London College of Communication, BA Spatial Design

Bart Hajduk- Camberwell College of Arts, BA Painting

Judith Lyons- Camberwell College of Arts, MA Printmaking

Valdone Porcheddu- Chelsea College of Arts, BA Interior and Spatial Design

Jazz Szu-Ying Chen - Central Saint Martins, MA Art and Science

Tina Touli- Central Saint Martins, MA Communication Design

Charlotte Whiston- Central Saint Martins, MA Art and Science

Dimitri Yin- Wimbledon College of Arts, MFA Fine Art

Exhibiting artists

Valdone Porcheddu

Bart Hajduk

Jazz Szu-Ying Chen

Dimitri Yin

Aitor Fernandez

Harriet Deadman

Tina Touli

Judith Lyons

Charlotte Whiston

Taking part

Platform 272 Gallery - University of the Arts London

Platform 272 Gallery - University of the Arts London

London, United Kingdom

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