Made in Arts London is a not for profit enterprise that sells and promotes art and design by current students and recent graduates of University of the Arts London. MiAL offers the chance to support London’s emerging talent and be the first to discover a new generation of creatives.This exhibition at Central Saint Martin’s Lethaby Gallery showcases a diverse range of UAL artists and designers who are are represented by Made in Arts London. All the pieces displayed in this exhibition are available for sale. When you buy from MiAL you are not only investing in and providing invaluable support for the art and design stars of the future, but making an investment for yourself.
Adam Sarjeant, Adriana Krawcewicz, Alex J Wood, Annalaura Masciave, Armenoui Kasparian Saraidari, Bart Hajduk, Cadi Froehlich, Camilla Brueton, Charlotte Weston, Corn Ho Shuk Mei, Dominika Świerad, Emily Carter, Frederik Andersson, Gali Sand, Isabella Pagnotta, Imogen Parry, Jacob Eaton, Jazz Szu-Ying Chen, Jennifer Hawkins, Julia Rodrigues, Katy Binks, Laura Aldous, Libby Heaney, Maren Reese, Marlene Huissoud, Melissa Fairchild, Michael Maris, Miranda Sofroniou, Monica Alcazar-Duarte, Necole Schmitz, Olly Fathers, Pamm Hong, Patcharakan Vongprasert, Ralph Ward, Rebecca Rendell, Robbie Porter, Ronnie Chan, Rowan Ottesen, Sarah Fortais, Stella Asia Consionni, Sylvia Moritz, Tess Williams, Tommy Ramsay, Zoe Tynan-Campbell
MiAL was conceived in 2011 by then current students, Kate Rintoul, and Students’ Union Sabbatical Officer, Robyn Minogue. After securing a creative enterprise grant from the National Union of Students, SU staff began work on the project and Made in Arts London was born in Spring 2012. Alongside the MiAL team we have a group of enthusiastic and engaged Creative Ambassadors – current students from all over the University who want more experience in an emerging creative business – who help us with everything from promotion to spotting the next big thing. Ultimately, Made in Arts London was set up to support our students and graduates and this is our number one priority. We want to offer our artists financial support in a time where fees are rising and cost of living is increasing, but also pastoral support in the form of free workshops, networking activities and invaluable opportunities to promote their emerging practice.