London Degree Shows 2018
Degree show season has arrived!
This is where the UK’s top art and design colleges offer an insight into their best new talent. We’ve pulled together London’s shows to ensure you have easy access to info from each of them.
3 May – 19 July
A summer showcase by graduating students, this is your chance to see the very latest work emerging from Goldsmiths. Brining together creatives from Fine Art, Film & Moving Image, Computing, Design, Media and Communications, Music, Dance Theatre and Performance practises.
23 – 27 May
Presenting fine art in all its forms, from the traditional to the cutting-edge, Show One unveils the work of Central Saint Martins’ graduating Art programme students.
31 May – 2 June
London College of Communication invites you to celebrate work by final-year undergraduate students from the Media School as part of LCC Degree Shows 2018.
8 – 10 June
Collide 2018 is a compendium of diverse arts demonstrating innovative creations from the most talented individuals graduating from Contemporary Media Practice (BA) at the University of Westminster. Revolutionary designs in photography, film, interactive installations will journey you through inexplicable technique attempting to change perceptions, challenge notions and provoke emotion.
8 June – 1 July
This ambitious and diverse exhibition will include a broad range of works from 13 artists, including painting, sculpture, moving image, photography, printmaking, installation and performance.
14 – 23 June
The Wimbledon Summer Show is a degree show exhibition celebrating the passion for creative expression through practical experimentation of the graduating students.
14 – 23 June
This year’s Wimbledon College degree show brings together the work of 28 artists to celebrate the culmination of their two-year programme of study. The exhibition showcases an equally diverse set of practices and media including painting, drawing, new media, film, video, sculpture, photography, print, sound, installation and performance.
15 – 23 June
The Chelsea Summer Show is a degree show and end of course exhibition. It celebrates the ground-breaking, thought-provoking and critical creative practice of graduating students.
16 – 23 June
The Camberwell Summer Show is a degree show exhibition of outstanding, provoking, and inspirational work, it celebrates the commitment, innovation, and creativity of our students.
20 – 23 June
London College of Communication invites you to celebrate work by final-year undergraduate students from the Design and Screen Schools as part of LCC Degree Shows 2018.
20 – 24 June
Show Two presents the work of Central Saint Martins’ graduating design students. From undergraduate to postgraduate, product to jewellery, textiles to performance design, expect to see work which enacts real productive and creative change.
21 – 27 June
Featuring a range of work including, painting, sculpture, installation, video and photography, the exhibition promises to be an exciting glimpse into the artistic practices of these emerging artists as they complete their BA degree.
22 June – 5 July
This year’s exhibition is set to be the most ambitious and extensive yet, with graduating students from all The Cass’s disciplines displaying their creative work across the School’s Calcutta House complex in Aldgate for the first time.
22 June – 7 July
This year, over 650 students from the school’s Architecture BSc, Architecture MArch, Architectural and Interdisciplinary Studies BSc and Engineering and Architectural Design MEng will exhibit their work across seven floors at 22 Gordon Street. Making it the biggest annual student architecture show in the world.
23 June – 1 July
Over 800 art and design postgraduate students will present work of exceptional quality, imagination and technical skill, exhibiting design solutions to pressing global problems alongside fine art that informs and enriches our worldview.
25 – 28 July
Angel Cake showcases the work of students graduating from the full-time Visual Arts programmes at West Dean College, including Graduate Diploma and Master’s degrees, as well as interim exhibitions by first year MFA students. Exhibiting students will present work developed over a year of intensive study, providing visitors with the opportunity to view original work by a group of emerging artists.