In less than a month, the UK will celebrate the fourth and last Open Weekend before the London 2012 Festival. That means we are almost one year from the most anticipated sporting event in the world: the Olympic Games. … Continue reading
Thursday 23 June saw an evening reception celebrating London 2012 held at the University of the Arts London. Hosted by Sir John Tusa, the reception was attended by 80 guests from across the university community, including Chancellor Kwame Kwei-Armah, as … Continue reading
Inspiration has always been a fundamental part of any artistic process. As such, there will rarely be a better opportunity than now for the UAL community to reward those who inspire them – not only in their career but throughout … Continue reading
Stella McCartney, the renowned fashion designer and a prominent graduate from Central Saint Martins, has just unveiled her latest creation: the lifestyle range adidas Team GB. The Olympic collection appears in the June issue of Vogue magazine.
Central Saint Martins alumnus David Cornell is an accomplished artist who has sculpted more official portraits of the British Royal Family than any other sculptor. This gentleman is also adept at Judo and used his favourite Harai-Goshi throw once more … Continue reading
A former associate lecturer and also former student of the University of the Arts London is behind a major project commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery for the Olympic and Paralympic Games next year. Her name is Anne Braybon, herself … Continue reading
Imbued with the Olympic spirit, Year 9 art and design students from all over the country have been given a challenge by London College of Fashion: design a dynamic outfit for a sporting activity for this once in a lifetime … Continue reading
At an evening to celebrate a wonderful collaboration with UK Sport, Central Saint Martins’ students presented their work to a specially invited audience. Imagine playing football without a ball. Or even playing the Nintendo Wii console without the real screen … Continue reading