New Creatives – Graduate Showcase
Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London, SE1 9PH
Bargehouse – 15,000ft2/ 1393.54m2 gallery@oxo – 1,500ft2/ 139.35m2 G11 – 700ft2/ 65m2
Bargehouse – from £4200+VAT per week
gallery@oxo – from £3850+VAT per week
G11 – from £910+VAT per week
(all rates quoted are exclusive of VAT and are based on a minimum hire period of 1 week)
Period of exhibitions:
Tuesday to Monday (inclusive of set up and de-rig times)
Public opening times 11am-6pm
Another fantastic season of graduate exhibitions has drawn to a close and we’re already booking for next year. The New Creatives showcase, launched this year, was a roaring success. Mackintosh School of Architecture took over Courtyard with a table tennis installation, Made in Brunel returned for their fifth annual showcase and Winchester School of Art wrapped up New Creatives 2015 with a collective show from Graphics, Fine Art and Textile graduates.
We have three incredible exhibition spaces available for hire in various sizes, from a stunning four-storey warehouse to a contemporary gallery space. We also have our external courtyard area which can also be used to display work. The range of galleries means that any size course has the opportunity to exhibit at Oxo Tower Wharf. Returning universities include Brunel University, Rose Bruford Theatre College, University of the West of England Photography and Winchester School of Art, to name but a few.
Oxo Tower Wharf is situated on London South Bank, in a prime location. Positioned between Tate Modern and the Hayward Gallery, and next door to the Tom Dixon designed Mondrian Hotel, it is at the heart of one of the richest cultural areas of London.
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How to apply
Please send a detailed proposal indicating your preferred dates which will be considered by a selection panel.
You need to send a detailed proposal outlining the objectives and scope of the exhibition, the artists involved, the target audience, any associated PR or marketing that is going to be carried out, if the exhibition coincides with or is part of other activities and examples of the work that will be on display.