Sharing Creative Practice: UEL initiatives London is a world centre for Art, Design, Fashion, and Architecture Tate Modern London Fashion Week London Canary Wharf financial district Millenium Dome Trinity Buoy Wharf studios campus Student accommodation ‘Hands on’ working environment
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Trinity Buoy Wharf studios
Architecture studio AVA
Joe Hunter AVA University of East London
Richard Wilson with ’20:50’ Saatchi Gallery
Students helped Richard Wilson produce ‘Butterfly’ A light aircraft was crushed on campus, and then gradually stretched back into shape while suspended in the Wapping Pumphouse
Artist in Residence Taipei Artists Village November 2007
Students contribute directly to the dialogue of courses and student experience,through the visibility of their practice and in discussion
The cultural diversity in London art schools adds to the vitality of courses
Creative Practice workshops offered by staff in Japan, India, Taiwan.
Lead by architects, artists, fashion designers.
art critic and tv presenter Sasha Craddock opening ‘showcase 2007’ Sacha is also curator at ‘Bloomberg Space’ A major venue for contemporary art in London
Including students from UEL, Central St Martins, Chelsea, Kingston, Royal Academy, RCA, Slade, Wimbledon
Artist, designers, and students can work across disciplines
Developing links with partners via alumni links and staff professional activities
Taiwan- Yi Chen Hung, Tainan National University of the Arts
Susan Stockwell, Taipei Artists Village
Student exchange exhibitions
Alumni/ staff exhibitions
Courtesy of © Chris Walters
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