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Michael has been a professional performance and theatre designer for thirty years, with his work ranging from community theatre to commercial touring, repertory theatre and opera.
As a professor of Cultural History, course leader for BA Culture Criticism and Curation and research leader for the Culture and Enterprise programme, Caroline is a key figure withi
Caroline has over forty years’ experience as a practitioner of jewellery and textiles and was awarded the Jerwood Prize for Applied Art: Textiles in 1997.
Anne has been in the textile industry for many years, having worked as a textile designer and trend consultant for international clients such as Faith Shoes, Ikea, Sony
Talking Tours were a pilot series of tours around some of the exhibiting courses at the second degree show at Central Saint Martins in June 2014.
Student Enterprise and Employability (SEE) is running a staff development workshop series for all UAL staff who want to under
SEE are pleased to announce the appointment of College Academic Coordinators Student Enterprise and Employability.
Paul Williams of Stanton Williams dezeen.com/ why his team designed the new campus for London art an
UAL’s Digital Integration into Arts Learning (DIAL) project aims to carry out a small number of staff and student led projects and case studies, which will explore the pace of technologi
Utilitarianism & the Art School in Nineteenth-Century Britain by Dr Malcolm Quinn
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