New Creatives, the hotly anticipated art and design degree show season, returns to Oxo Tower Wharf this summer, displaying emerging talent from the world of art and design. Spread across eight weeks, the show brings together graduate and postgraduate degree shows from all over the UK in a rotating programme of exhibitions.
Head to the South Bank, the heart of creative London, to see some of the most exciting creative minds in action before they hit the big time.
PROGRAMME OF EXHIBITIONS
30 June-3 July
Graduating designers, sonic artists, musicians and technicians combine to present a fresh look at the work of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama’s Design and Performance degree.
Arcsoc Summer Show
Students from the University of Cambridge Department of Architecture return to Bargehouse to display their thought-provoking designs, including a collaborative pavilion project and a collection of extra-curricular artwork, showcasing the breadth of their creativity.
Two courses, Graphic Design and Illustration, combine to create Two-Fold; cutting-edge exhibition showcasing the work of Brighton Graduates of 2017. As well as the graduates’ work, expect daily workshops, talks and live music.
Graduates from leading art institutions, including Edinburgh College of Art, Plymouth College of Art, Arts University Bournemouth, Birmingham City University and Nottingham Trent University, come together to showcase their Performance Design creations.
Collaborative exhibition comprising work by graduating students from Fine Art and Contemporary Arts Practice courses at Bath Spa School of Art and Design.
7-11 June, Bargehouse, free
The first festival in London to focus on architecture and film. This is a biennial, five-day event, partnered with the Bartlett School of Architecture and the ICA, which includes screenings, physical installations, symposia, a competition, workshops and social events.
See the next generation of graduate designers and engineers at this year’s Brunel University graduate show, which seeks to redefine the direction of design by tackling the biggest current and future problems faced by our society.
Exhibition comprised of Moving Image, Illustration and Animation degree students from Kingston University London.
Spot New Creatives on Time Out London‘s ‘Things to do’ section.Return