01/12/22
Spotlight
Shani Haquin Gerade
Ones to Watch: UAL MA Graduate Shows 2022
We’ve gathered all the important information to prepare you for your visit, as well as spotlighted some exciting graduates to watch out for…

Occupying the largest campus in Europe with six renowned Colleges, it comes as no surprise that University of Arts London (UAL) has secured second place spot as best art university in the world. Also titled "the world's biggest factory for making trouble” by Grayson Perry, UAL’s Chancellor, it's no wonder we’re excited for the university’s MA degree shows starting this week.

The exhibitions are filled with plenty of ascendant talent and ideas to scouts, and there are plenty of designers and artists who deserve your attention. We narrowed it down to three intriguing final projects to watch out for…

Marta Seabra Braga
Multidisciplinary designer, Marta Seabra Braga, is interested in furniture and textile design and focuses on the impact of design in the support and development of mental health issues. Their aim is to tackle social issues through craft practices, explore how design can help bring people together and acknowledge power through vulnerability. Their degree show, titled ‘Chair with me’, consists of 2 chairs with woven personal "journals" attached to them. ‘The idea behind my work is to explore how slow creative practices, such as weaving, can help a person become more self-aware and engaged with their body, hands and mind,’ they reflect, ‘Creative environments have long been associated with enhanced well-being and positive mental health levels. The woven pieces are part of a personal journal, where I explored the impact the learning of the craft had on my own mental awareness'. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Marta Braga

Cecilia Huang
One Chelsea College of Arts MA Textile Design graduate to watch is Cecilia Huang, whose work focuses on sustainable design with a focus on bio-material. As they put this, 'My work, Oraskin, shows packaging made with edible bio-material. The material is made from orange skin and orange pulp residue, which is produced in the juicing process using a machine called 'Zumex'.... creating a new life cycle for the fruit waste. In terms of the process, I discovered my own method to make the material. I mixed orange skin with algae and glycerin, producing a solution which allowed me to get a thin, paper-feeling bio-material suitable for packaging. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Cecilia Huang

Ezgi Ece Yavuz
Ezgi Ece Yavuz is a Camberwell College of Arts graduate with MA Interior and Spatial Design, whose work is exhibited at Peckham Levels. The work consists of an installation created with two main ‘characters’, and as Yavuz put this, ‘These two characters reflect the constant journey between past and present of Istanbul and its inhabitants and the necessity of this cycle of remembering and forgetting that this journey teaches. This installation aims to emphasise this cycle of mutual adaptation; this journey is the legacy that Istanbul taught and conveyed to its inhabitants and the future.’

Camberwell College of Art, MA Interior and Spatial Design, Ezgi Ece Yavuz

Prepare for your visit:


MA Illustration: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: Camberwell College of Arts MA Illustration 
Location: The Ugly Duck, London Bridge
Date: Thursday 1st Dec (Private view 5-9.30 pm) until Saturday 3rd Dec
The show will also include a series of workshops run by students, in addition to the wide range of work available to read, examine, watch, and interact with.

Postgraduate Design: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: MA Designer Maker; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Graphic Design Communication; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Interior and Spatial Design; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Textile Design; Chelsea College of Arts
Location: Peckham Levels, London
Date: Wednesday 28th November til Sunday 4th December (private view Thursday 1st December between 6-10pm) 

Wimbledon College of Arts

Courses: MA Theatre and Production Design
Location: Wimbledon College of Arts
Date: December 1st - December 6th

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01/12/22
Spotlight
Shani Haquin Gerade
Ones to Watch: UAL MA Graduate Shows 2022
We’ve gathered all the important information to prepare you for your visit, as well as spotlighted some exciting graduates to watch out for…

Occupying the largest campus in Europe with six renowned Colleges, it comes as no surprise that University of Arts London (UAL) has secured second place spot as best art university in the world. Also titled "the world's biggest factory for making trouble” by Grayson Perry, UAL’s Chancellor, it's no wonder we’re excited for the university’s MA degree shows starting this week.

The exhibitions are filled with plenty of ascendant talent and ideas to scouts, and there are plenty of designers and artists who deserve your attention. We narrowed it down to three intriguing final projects to watch out for…

Marta Seabra Braga
Multidisciplinary designer, Marta Seabra Braga, is interested in furniture and textile design and focuses on the impact of design in the support and development of mental health issues. Their aim is to tackle social issues through craft practices, explore how design can help bring people together and acknowledge power through vulnerability. Their degree show, titled ‘Chair with me’, consists of 2 chairs with woven personal "journals" attached to them. ‘The idea behind my work is to explore how slow creative practices, such as weaving, can help a person become more self-aware and engaged with their body, hands and mind,’ they reflect, ‘Creative environments have long been associated with enhanced well-being and positive mental health levels. The woven pieces are part of a personal journal, where I explored the impact the learning of the craft had on my own mental awareness'. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Marta Braga

Cecilia Huang
One Chelsea College of Arts MA Textile Design graduate to watch is Cecilia Huang, whose work focuses on sustainable design with a focus on bio-material. As they put this, 'My work, Oraskin, shows packaging made with edible bio-material. The material is made from orange skin and orange pulp residue, which is produced in the juicing process using a machine called 'Zumex'.... creating a new life cycle for the fruit waste. In terms of the process, I discovered my own method to make the material. I mixed orange skin with algae and glycerin, producing a solution which allowed me to get a thin, paper-feeling bio-material suitable for packaging. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Cecilia Huang

Ezgi Ece Yavuz
Ezgi Ece Yavuz is a Camberwell College of Arts graduate with MA Interior and Spatial Design, whose work is exhibited at Peckham Levels. The work consists of an installation created with two main ‘characters’, and as Yavuz put this, ‘These two characters reflect the constant journey between past and present of Istanbul and its inhabitants and the necessity of this cycle of remembering and forgetting that this journey teaches. This installation aims to emphasise this cycle of mutual adaptation; this journey is the legacy that Istanbul taught and conveyed to its inhabitants and the future.’

Camberwell College of Art, MA Interior and Spatial Design, Ezgi Ece Yavuz

Prepare for your visit:


MA Illustration: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: Camberwell College of Arts MA Illustration 
Location: The Ugly Duck, London Bridge
Date: Thursday 1st Dec (Private view 5-9.30 pm) until Saturday 3rd Dec
The show will also include a series of workshops run by students, in addition to the wide range of work available to read, examine, watch, and interact with.

Postgraduate Design: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: MA Designer Maker; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Graphic Design Communication; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Interior and Spatial Design; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Textile Design; Chelsea College of Arts
Location: Peckham Levels, London
Date: Wednesday 28th November til Sunday 4th December (private view Thursday 1st December between 6-10pm) 

Wimbledon College of Arts

Courses: MA Theatre and Production Design
Location: Wimbledon College of Arts
Date: December 1st - December 6th

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01/12/22
Spotlight
Shani Haquin Gerade
Ones to Watch: UAL MA Graduate Shows 2022
We’ve gathered all the important information to prepare you for your visit, as well as spotlighted some exciting graduates to watch out for…

Occupying the largest campus in Europe with six renowned Colleges, it comes as no surprise that University of Arts London (UAL) has secured second place spot as best art university in the world. Also titled "the world's biggest factory for making trouble” by Grayson Perry, UAL’s Chancellor, it's no wonder we’re excited for the university’s MA degree shows starting this week.

The exhibitions are filled with plenty of ascendant talent and ideas to scouts, and there are plenty of designers and artists who deserve your attention. We narrowed it down to three intriguing final projects to watch out for…

Marta Seabra Braga
Multidisciplinary designer, Marta Seabra Braga, is interested in furniture and textile design and focuses on the impact of design in the support and development of mental health issues. Their aim is to tackle social issues through craft practices, explore how design can help bring people together and acknowledge power through vulnerability. Their degree show, titled ‘Chair with me’, consists of 2 chairs with woven personal "journals" attached to them. ‘The idea behind my work is to explore how slow creative practices, such as weaving, can help a person become more self-aware and engaged with their body, hands and mind,’ they reflect, ‘Creative environments have long been associated with enhanced well-being and positive mental health levels. The woven pieces are part of a personal journal, where I explored the impact the learning of the craft had on my own mental awareness'. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Marta Braga

Cecilia Huang
One Chelsea College of Arts MA Textile Design graduate to watch is Cecilia Huang, whose work focuses on sustainable design with a focus on bio-material. As they put this, 'My work, Oraskin, shows packaging made with edible bio-material. The material is made from orange skin and orange pulp residue, which is produced in the juicing process using a machine called 'Zumex'.... creating a new life cycle for the fruit waste. In terms of the process, I discovered my own method to make the material. I mixed orange skin with algae and glycerin, producing a solution which allowed me to get a thin, paper-feeling bio-material suitable for packaging. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Cecilia Huang

Ezgi Ece Yavuz
Ezgi Ece Yavuz is a Camberwell College of Arts graduate with MA Interior and Spatial Design, whose work is exhibited at Peckham Levels. The work consists of an installation created with two main ‘characters’, and as Yavuz put this, ‘These two characters reflect the constant journey between past and present of Istanbul and its inhabitants and the necessity of this cycle of remembering and forgetting that this journey teaches. This installation aims to emphasise this cycle of mutual adaptation; this journey is the legacy that Istanbul taught and conveyed to its inhabitants and the future.’

Camberwell College of Art, MA Interior and Spatial Design, Ezgi Ece Yavuz

Prepare for your visit:


MA Illustration: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: Camberwell College of Arts MA Illustration 
Location: The Ugly Duck, London Bridge
Date: Thursday 1st Dec (Private view 5-9.30 pm) until Saturday 3rd Dec
The show will also include a series of workshops run by students, in addition to the wide range of work available to read, examine, watch, and interact with.

Postgraduate Design: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: MA Designer Maker; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Graphic Design Communication; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Interior and Spatial Design; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Textile Design; Chelsea College of Arts
Location: Peckham Levels, London
Date: Wednesday 28th November til Sunday 4th December (private view Thursday 1st December between 6-10pm) 

Wimbledon College of Arts

Courses: MA Theatre and Production Design
Location: Wimbledon College of Arts
Date: December 1st - December 6th

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01/12/22
Spotlight
Shani Haquin Gerade
Ones to Watch: UAL MA Graduate Shows 2022
We’ve gathered all the important information to prepare you for your visit, as well as spotlighted some exciting graduates to watch out for…

Occupying the largest campus in Europe with six renowned Colleges, it comes as no surprise that University of Arts London (UAL) has secured second place spot as best art university in the world. Also titled "the world's biggest factory for making trouble” by Grayson Perry, UAL’s Chancellor, it's no wonder we’re excited for the university’s MA degree shows starting this week.

The exhibitions are filled with plenty of ascendant talent and ideas to scouts, and there are plenty of designers and artists who deserve your attention. We narrowed it down to three intriguing final projects to watch out for…

Marta Seabra Braga
Multidisciplinary designer, Marta Seabra Braga, is interested in furniture and textile design and focuses on the impact of design in the support and development of mental health issues. Their aim is to tackle social issues through craft practices, explore how design can help bring people together and acknowledge power through vulnerability. Their degree show, titled ‘Chair with me’, consists of 2 chairs with woven personal "journals" attached to them. ‘The idea behind my work is to explore how slow creative practices, such as weaving, can help a person become more self-aware and engaged with their body, hands and mind,’ they reflect, ‘Creative environments have long been associated with enhanced well-being and positive mental health levels. The woven pieces are part of a personal journal, where I explored the impact the learning of the craft had on my own mental awareness'. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Marta Braga

Cecilia Huang
One Chelsea College of Arts MA Textile Design graduate to watch is Cecilia Huang, whose work focuses on sustainable design with a focus on bio-material. As they put this, 'My work, Oraskin, shows packaging made with edible bio-material. The material is made from orange skin and orange pulp residue, which is produced in the juicing process using a machine called 'Zumex'.... creating a new life cycle for the fruit waste. In terms of the process, I discovered my own method to make the material. I mixed orange skin with algae and glycerin, producing a solution which allowed me to get a thin, paper-feeling bio-material suitable for packaging. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Cecilia Huang

Ezgi Ece Yavuz
Ezgi Ece Yavuz is a Camberwell College of Arts graduate with MA Interior and Spatial Design, whose work is exhibited at Peckham Levels. The work consists of an installation created with two main ‘characters’, and as Yavuz put this, ‘These two characters reflect the constant journey between past and present of Istanbul and its inhabitants and the necessity of this cycle of remembering and forgetting that this journey teaches. This installation aims to emphasise this cycle of mutual adaptation; this journey is the legacy that Istanbul taught and conveyed to its inhabitants and the future.’

Camberwell College of Art, MA Interior and Spatial Design, Ezgi Ece Yavuz

Prepare for your visit:


MA Illustration: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: Camberwell College of Arts MA Illustration 
Location: The Ugly Duck, London Bridge
Date: Thursday 1st Dec (Private view 5-9.30 pm) until Saturday 3rd Dec
The show will also include a series of workshops run by students, in addition to the wide range of work available to read, examine, watch, and interact with.

Postgraduate Design: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: MA Designer Maker; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Graphic Design Communication; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Interior and Spatial Design; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Textile Design; Chelsea College of Arts
Location: Peckham Levels, London
Date: Wednesday 28th November til Sunday 4th December (private view Thursday 1st December between 6-10pm) 

Wimbledon College of Arts

Courses: MA Theatre and Production Design
Location: Wimbledon College of Arts
Date: December 1st - December 6th

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01/12/22
Spotlight
Shani Haquin Gerade
Ones to Watch: UAL MA Graduate Shows 2022
We’ve gathered all the important information to prepare you for your visit, as well as spotlighted some exciting graduates to watch out for…

Occupying the largest campus in Europe with six renowned Colleges, it comes as no surprise that University of Arts London (UAL) has secured second place spot as best art university in the world. Also titled "the world's biggest factory for making trouble” by Grayson Perry, UAL’s Chancellor, it's no wonder we’re excited for the university’s MA degree shows starting this week.

The exhibitions are filled with plenty of ascendant talent and ideas to scouts, and there are plenty of designers and artists who deserve your attention. We narrowed it down to three intriguing final projects to watch out for…

Marta Seabra Braga
Multidisciplinary designer, Marta Seabra Braga, is interested in furniture and textile design and focuses on the impact of design in the support and development of mental health issues. Their aim is to tackle social issues through craft practices, explore how design can help bring people together and acknowledge power through vulnerability. Their degree show, titled ‘Chair with me’, consists of 2 chairs with woven personal "journals" attached to them. ‘The idea behind my work is to explore how slow creative practices, such as weaving, can help a person become more self-aware and engaged with their body, hands and mind,’ they reflect, ‘Creative environments have long been associated with enhanced well-being and positive mental health levels. The woven pieces are part of a personal journal, where I explored the impact the learning of the craft had on my own mental awareness'. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Marta Braga

Cecilia Huang
One Chelsea College of Arts MA Textile Design graduate to watch is Cecilia Huang, whose work focuses on sustainable design with a focus on bio-material. As they put this, 'My work, Oraskin, shows packaging made with edible bio-material. The material is made from orange skin and orange pulp residue, which is produced in the juicing process using a machine called 'Zumex'.... creating a new life cycle for the fruit waste. In terms of the process, I discovered my own method to make the material. I mixed orange skin with algae and glycerin, producing a solution which allowed me to get a thin, paper-feeling bio-material suitable for packaging. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Cecilia Huang

Ezgi Ece Yavuz
Ezgi Ece Yavuz is a Camberwell College of Arts graduate with MA Interior and Spatial Design, whose work is exhibited at Peckham Levels. The work consists of an installation created with two main ‘characters’, and as Yavuz put this, ‘These two characters reflect the constant journey between past and present of Istanbul and its inhabitants and the necessity of this cycle of remembering and forgetting that this journey teaches. This installation aims to emphasise this cycle of mutual adaptation; this journey is the legacy that Istanbul taught and conveyed to its inhabitants and the future.’

Camberwell College of Art, MA Interior and Spatial Design, Ezgi Ece Yavuz

Prepare for your visit:


MA Illustration: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: Camberwell College of Arts MA Illustration 
Location: The Ugly Duck, London Bridge
Date: Thursday 1st Dec (Private view 5-9.30 pm) until Saturday 3rd Dec
The show will also include a series of workshops run by students, in addition to the wide range of work available to read, examine, watch, and interact with.

Postgraduate Design: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: MA Designer Maker; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Graphic Design Communication; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Interior and Spatial Design; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Textile Design; Chelsea College of Arts
Location: Peckham Levels, London
Date: Wednesday 28th November til Sunday 4th December (private view Thursday 1st December between 6-10pm) 

Wimbledon College of Arts

Courses: MA Theatre and Production Design
Location: Wimbledon College of Arts
Date: December 1st - December 6th

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01/12/22
Spotlight
Shani Haquin Gerade
Ones to Watch: UAL MA Graduate Shows 2022

Occupying the largest campus in Europe with six renowned Colleges, it comes as no surprise that University of Arts London (UAL) has secured second place spot as best art university in the world. Also titled "the world's biggest factory for making trouble” by Grayson Perry, UAL’s Chancellor, it's no wonder we’re excited for the university’s MA degree shows starting this week.

The exhibitions are filled with plenty of ascendant talent and ideas to scouts, and there are plenty of designers and artists who deserve your attention. We narrowed it down to three intriguing final projects to watch out for…

Marta Seabra Braga
Multidisciplinary designer, Marta Seabra Braga, is interested in furniture and textile design and focuses on the impact of design in the support and development of mental health issues. Their aim is to tackle social issues through craft practices, explore how design can help bring people together and acknowledge power through vulnerability. Their degree show, titled ‘Chair with me’, consists of 2 chairs with woven personal "journals" attached to them. ‘The idea behind my work is to explore how slow creative practices, such as weaving, can help a person become more self-aware and engaged with their body, hands and mind,’ they reflect, ‘Creative environments have long been associated with enhanced well-being and positive mental health levels. The woven pieces are part of a personal journal, where I explored the impact the learning of the craft had on my own mental awareness'. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Marta Braga

Cecilia Huang
One Chelsea College of Arts MA Textile Design graduate to watch is Cecilia Huang, whose work focuses on sustainable design with a focus on bio-material. As they put this, 'My work, Oraskin, shows packaging made with edible bio-material. The material is made from orange skin and orange pulp residue, which is produced in the juicing process using a machine called 'Zumex'.... creating a new life cycle for the fruit waste. In terms of the process, I discovered my own method to make the material. I mixed orange skin with algae and glycerin, producing a solution which allowed me to get a thin, paper-feeling bio-material suitable for packaging. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Cecilia Huang

Ezgi Ece Yavuz
Ezgi Ece Yavuz is a Camberwell College of Arts graduate with MA Interior and Spatial Design, whose work is exhibited at Peckham Levels. The work consists of an installation created with two main ‘characters’, and as Yavuz put this, ‘These two characters reflect the constant journey between past and present of Istanbul and its inhabitants and the necessity of this cycle of remembering and forgetting that this journey teaches. This installation aims to emphasise this cycle of mutual adaptation; this journey is the legacy that Istanbul taught and conveyed to its inhabitants and the future.’

Camberwell College of Art, MA Interior and Spatial Design, Ezgi Ece Yavuz

Prepare for your visit:


MA Illustration: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: Camberwell College of Arts MA Illustration 
Location: The Ugly Duck, London Bridge
Date: Thursday 1st Dec (Private view 5-9.30 pm) until Saturday 3rd Dec
The show will also include a series of workshops run by students, in addition to the wide range of work available to read, examine, watch, and interact with.

Postgraduate Design: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: MA Designer Maker; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Graphic Design Communication; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Interior and Spatial Design; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Textile Design; Chelsea College of Arts
Location: Peckham Levels, London
Date: Wednesday 28th November til Sunday 4th December (private view Thursday 1st December between 6-10pm) 

Wimbledon College of Arts

Courses: MA Theatre and Production Design
Location: Wimbledon College of Arts
Date: December 1st - December 6th

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01/12/22
Spotlight
Shani Haquin Gerade
Ones to Watch: UAL MA Graduate Shows 2022
We’ve gathered all the important information to prepare you for your visit, as well as spotlighted some exciting graduates to watch out for…

Occupying the largest campus in Europe with six renowned Colleges, it comes as no surprise that University of Arts London (UAL) has secured second place spot as best art university in the world. Also titled "the world's biggest factory for making trouble” by Grayson Perry, UAL’s Chancellor, it's no wonder we’re excited for the university’s MA degree shows starting this week.

The exhibitions are filled with plenty of ascendant talent and ideas to scouts, and there are plenty of designers and artists who deserve your attention. We narrowed it down to three intriguing final projects to watch out for…

Marta Seabra Braga
Multidisciplinary designer, Marta Seabra Braga, is interested in furniture and textile design and focuses on the impact of design in the support and development of mental health issues. Their aim is to tackle social issues through craft practices, explore how design can help bring people together and acknowledge power through vulnerability. Their degree show, titled ‘Chair with me’, consists of 2 chairs with woven personal "journals" attached to them. ‘The idea behind my work is to explore how slow creative practices, such as weaving, can help a person become more self-aware and engaged with their body, hands and mind,’ they reflect, ‘Creative environments have long been associated with enhanced well-being and positive mental health levels. The woven pieces are part of a personal journal, where I explored the impact the learning of the craft had on my own mental awareness'. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Marta Braga

Cecilia Huang
One Chelsea College of Arts MA Textile Design graduate to watch is Cecilia Huang, whose work focuses on sustainable design with a focus on bio-material. As they put this, 'My work, Oraskin, shows packaging made with edible bio-material. The material is made from orange skin and orange pulp residue, which is produced in the juicing process using a machine called 'Zumex'.... creating a new life cycle for the fruit waste. In terms of the process, I discovered my own method to make the material. I mixed orange skin with algae and glycerin, producing a solution which allowed me to get a thin, paper-feeling bio-material suitable for packaging. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Cecilia Huang

Ezgi Ece Yavuz
Ezgi Ece Yavuz is a Camberwell College of Arts graduate with MA Interior and Spatial Design, whose work is exhibited at Peckham Levels. The work consists of an installation created with two main ‘characters’, and as Yavuz put this, ‘These two characters reflect the constant journey between past and present of Istanbul and its inhabitants and the necessity of this cycle of remembering and forgetting that this journey teaches. This installation aims to emphasise this cycle of mutual adaptation; this journey is the legacy that Istanbul taught and conveyed to its inhabitants and the future.’

Camberwell College of Art, MA Interior and Spatial Design, Ezgi Ece Yavuz

Prepare for your visit:


MA Illustration: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: Camberwell College of Arts MA Illustration 
Location: The Ugly Duck, London Bridge
Date: Thursday 1st Dec (Private view 5-9.30 pm) until Saturday 3rd Dec
The show will also include a series of workshops run by students, in addition to the wide range of work available to read, examine, watch, and interact with.

Postgraduate Design: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: MA Designer Maker; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Graphic Design Communication; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Interior and Spatial Design; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Textile Design; Chelsea College of Arts
Location: Peckham Levels, London
Date: Wednesday 28th November til Sunday 4th December (private view Thursday 1st December between 6-10pm) 

Wimbledon College of Arts

Courses: MA Theatre and Production Design
Location: Wimbledon College of Arts
Date: December 1st - December 6th

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REDEEM YAMOS
01/12/22
Spotlight
Shani Haquin Gerade
Ones to Watch: UAL MA Graduate Shows 2022
We’ve gathered all the important information to prepare you for your visit, as well as spotlighted some exciting graduates to watch out for…

Occupying the largest campus in Europe with six renowned Colleges, it comes as no surprise that University of Arts London (UAL) has secured second place spot as best art university in the world. Also titled "the world's biggest factory for making trouble” by Grayson Perry, UAL’s Chancellor, it's no wonder we’re excited for the university’s MA degree shows starting this week.

The exhibitions are filled with plenty of ascendant talent and ideas to scouts, and there are plenty of designers and artists who deserve your attention. We narrowed it down to three intriguing final projects to watch out for…

Marta Seabra Braga
Multidisciplinary designer, Marta Seabra Braga, is interested in furniture and textile design and focuses on the impact of design in the support and development of mental health issues. Their aim is to tackle social issues through craft practices, explore how design can help bring people together and acknowledge power through vulnerability. Their degree show, titled ‘Chair with me’, consists of 2 chairs with woven personal "journals" attached to them. ‘The idea behind my work is to explore how slow creative practices, such as weaving, can help a person become more self-aware and engaged with their body, hands and mind,’ they reflect, ‘Creative environments have long been associated with enhanced well-being and positive mental health levels. The woven pieces are part of a personal journal, where I explored the impact the learning of the craft had on my own mental awareness'. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Marta Braga

Cecilia Huang
One Chelsea College of Arts MA Textile Design graduate to watch is Cecilia Huang, whose work focuses on sustainable design with a focus on bio-material. As they put this, 'My work, Oraskin, shows packaging made with edible bio-material. The material is made from orange skin and orange pulp residue, which is produced in the juicing process using a machine called 'Zumex'.... creating a new life cycle for the fruit waste. In terms of the process, I discovered my own method to make the material. I mixed orange skin with algae and glycerin, producing a solution which allowed me to get a thin, paper-feeling bio-material suitable for packaging. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Cecilia Huang

Ezgi Ece Yavuz
Ezgi Ece Yavuz is a Camberwell College of Arts graduate with MA Interior and Spatial Design, whose work is exhibited at Peckham Levels. The work consists of an installation created with two main ‘characters’, and as Yavuz put this, ‘These two characters reflect the constant journey between past and present of Istanbul and its inhabitants and the necessity of this cycle of remembering and forgetting that this journey teaches. This installation aims to emphasise this cycle of mutual adaptation; this journey is the legacy that Istanbul taught and conveyed to its inhabitants and the future.’

Camberwell College of Art, MA Interior and Spatial Design, Ezgi Ece Yavuz

Prepare for your visit:


MA Illustration: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: Camberwell College of Arts MA Illustration 
Location: The Ugly Duck, London Bridge
Date: Thursday 1st Dec (Private view 5-9.30 pm) until Saturday 3rd Dec
The show will also include a series of workshops run by students, in addition to the wide range of work available to read, examine, watch, and interact with.

Postgraduate Design: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: MA Designer Maker; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Graphic Design Communication; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Interior and Spatial Design; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Textile Design; Chelsea College of Arts
Location: Peckham Levels, London
Date: Wednesday 28th November til Sunday 4th December (private view Thursday 1st December between 6-10pm) 

Wimbledon College of Arts

Courses: MA Theatre and Production Design
Location: Wimbledon College of Arts
Date: December 1st - December 6th

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
01/12/22
Spotlight
Shani Haquin Gerade
Ones to Watch: UAL MA Graduate Shows 2022
We’ve gathered all the important information to prepare you for your visit, as well as spotlighted some exciting graduates to watch out for…

Occupying the largest campus in Europe with six renowned Colleges, it comes as no surprise that University of Arts London (UAL) has secured second place spot as best art university in the world. Also titled "the world's biggest factory for making trouble” by Grayson Perry, UAL’s Chancellor, it's no wonder we’re excited for the university’s MA degree shows starting this week.

The exhibitions are filled with plenty of ascendant talent and ideas to scouts, and there are plenty of designers and artists who deserve your attention. We narrowed it down to three intriguing final projects to watch out for…

Marta Seabra Braga
Multidisciplinary designer, Marta Seabra Braga, is interested in furniture and textile design and focuses on the impact of design in the support and development of mental health issues. Their aim is to tackle social issues through craft practices, explore how design can help bring people together and acknowledge power through vulnerability. Their degree show, titled ‘Chair with me’, consists of 2 chairs with woven personal "journals" attached to them. ‘The idea behind my work is to explore how slow creative practices, such as weaving, can help a person become more self-aware and engaged with their body, hands and mind,’ they reflect, ‘Creative environments have long been associated with enhanced well-being and positive mental health levels. The woven pieces are part of a personal journal, where I explored the impact the learning of the craft had on my own mental awareness'. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Marta Braga

Cecilia Huang
One Chelsea College of Arts MA Textile Design graduate to watch is Cecilia Huang, whose work focuses on sustainable design with a focus on bio-material. As they put this, 'My work, Oraskin, shows packaging made with edible bio-material. The material is made from orange skin and orange pulp residue, which is produced in the juicing process using a machine called 'Zumex'.... creating a new life cycle for the fruit waste. In terms of the process, I discovered my own method to make the material. I mixed orange skin with algae and glycerin, producing a solution which allowed me to get a thin, paper-feeling bio-material suitable for packaging. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Cecilia Huang

Ezgi Ece Yavuz
Ezgi Ece Yavuz is a Camberwell College of Arts graduate with MA Interior and Spatial Design, whose work is exhibited at Peckham Levels. The work consists of an installation created with two main ‘characters’, and as Yavuz put this, ‘These two characters reflect the constant journey between past and present of Istanbul and its inhabitants and the necessity of this cycle of remembering and forgetting that this journey teaches. This installation aims to emphasise this cycle of mutual adaptation; this journey is the legacy that Istanbul taught and conveyed to its inhabitants and the future.’

Camberwell College of Art, MA Interior and Spatial Design, Ezgi Ece Yavuz

Prepare for your visit:


MA Illustration: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: Camberwell College of Arts MA Illustration 
Location: The Ugly Duck, London Bridge
Date: Thursday 1st Dec (Private view 5-9.30 pm) until Saturday 3rd Dec
The show will also include a series of workshops run by students, in addition to the wide range of work available to read, examine, watch, and interact with.

Postgraduate Design: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: MA Designer Maker; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Graphic Design Communication; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Interior and Spatial Design; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Textile Design; Chelsea College of Arts
Location: Peckham Levels, London
Date: Wednesday 28th November til Sunday 4th December (private view Thursday 1st December between 6-10pm) 

Wimbledon College of Arts

Courses: MA Theatre and Production Design
Location: Wimbledon College of Arts
Date: December 1st - December 6th

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01/12/22
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Shani Haquin Gerade
Ones to Watch: UAL MA Graduate Shows 2022
We’ve gathered all the important information to prepare you for your visit, as well as spotlighted some exciting graduates to watch out for…

Occupying the largest campus in Europe with six renowned Colleges, it comes as no surprise that University of Arts London (UAL) has secured second place spot as best art university in the world. Also titled "the world's biggest factory for making trouble” by Grayson Perry, UAL’s Chancellor, it's no wonder we’re excited for the university’s MA degree shows starting this week.

The exhibitions are filled with plenty of ascendant talent and ideas to scouts, and there are plenty of designers and artists who deserve your attention. We narrowed it down to three intriguing final projects to watch out for…

Marta Seabra Braga
Multidisciplinary designer, Marta Seabra Braga, is interested in furniture and textile design and focuses on the impact of design in the support and development of mental health issues. Their aim is to tackle social issues through craft practices, explore how design can help bring people together and acknowledge power through vulnerability. Their degree show, titled ‘Chair with me’, consists of 2 chairs with woven personal "journals" attached to them. ‘The idea behind my work is to explore how slow creative practices, such as weaving, can help a person become more self-aware and engaged with their body, hands and mind,’ they reflect, ‘Creative environments have long been associated with enhanced well-being and positive mental health levels. The woven pieces are part of a personal journal, where I explored the impact the learning of the craft had on my own mental awareness'. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Marta Braga

Cecilia Huang
One Chelsea College of Arts MA Textile Design graduate to watch is Cecilia Huang, whose work focuses on sustainable design with a focus on bio-material. As they put this, 'My work, Oraskin, shows packaging made with edible bio-material. The material is made from orange skin and orange pulp residue, which is produced in the juicing process using a machine called 'Zumex'.... creating a new life cycle for the fruit waste. In terms of the process, I discovered my own method to make the material. I mixed orange skin with algae and glycerin, producing a solution which allowed me to get a thin, paper-feeling bio-material suitable for packaging. 

Chelsea College of Arts, MA Textile Design, Cecilia Huang

Ezgi Ece Yavuz
Ezgi Ece Yavuz is a Camberwell College of Arts graduate with MA Interior and Spatial Design, whose work is exhibited at Peckham Levels. The work consists of an installation created with two main ‘characters’, and as Yavuz put this, ‘These two characters reflect the constant journey between past and present of Istanbul and its inhabitants and the necessity of this cycle of remembering and forgetting that this journey teaches. This installation aims to emphasise this cycle of mutual adaptation; this journey is the legacy that Istanbul taught and conveyed to its inhabitants and the future.’

Camberwell College of Art, MA Interior and Spatial Design, Ezgi Ece Yavuz

Prepare for your visit:


MA Illustration: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: Camberwell College of Arts MA Illustration 
Location: The Ugly Duck, London Bridge
Date: Thursday 1st Dec (Private view 5-9.30 pm) until Saturday 3rd Dec
The show will also include a series of workshops run by students, in addition to the wide range of work available to read, examine, watch, and interact with.

Postgraduate Design: Camberwell and Chelsea College of Arts

Courses: MA Designer Maker; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Graphic Design Communication; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Interior and Spatial Design; Camberwell College of Arts, MA Textile Design; Chelsea College of Arts
Location: Peckham Levels, London
Date: Wednesday 28th November til Sunday 4th December (private view Thursday 1st December between 6-10pm) 

Wimbledon College of Arts

Courses: MA Theatre and Production Design
Location: Wimbledon College of Arts
Date: December 1st - December 6th

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