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Slade students and staff initiate and engage in a wide range of events and projects. Some of these are hosted by the Slade such as the annual Degree Shows and Graduate Interim Show, while other events include an annual collaborative exhibition with UCL Art Museum. Student commissions and competitions happen regularly including, in 2013, a permanent commission for the UCL Grant Museum entrance and the Provost’s Portrait Award. Documentation of all these activities, including a number of offsite projects, performances and a calendar can be found on these pages along with details of our Contemporary Art Lecture series and other events.

Many events take place at Slade Research Centre some of which will be documented on our Research pages.

Re-Launch Poster

Re-Launch

27 April - 12 June 2015

Re-Launch marks the reopening of UCL Art Museum after a programme of improvements that enhances its use as a research, learning and public engagement resource for inspirational and experimental academic and creative journeys.

New Arrivals Poster

New Arrivals

18 Mar 2015 – 8 Apr 2015

An exhibition of student work from the Slade School of Fine Art, curated by Kate Bright, Alastair MacKinven and Hayley Newman at 12 Star Gallery, London.

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The London Summer Intensive

3 - 30 August 2015

The London Summer Intensive is a four week residency programme for artists offered by two leading art institutions, the Slade School of Fine Art and Camden Arts Centre.

1-Day Sculpture Park at the UCL Mullard Space Laboratory

1-Day Sculpture Park at the UCL Mullard Space Laboratory

March 2015

As part of the Slade Rock Room Project, a collaboration between the Slade School of Fine Art and UCL Earth Sciences, we are presenting a 1-day Sculpture Park taking place in the grounds and building of the UCL Mullard Space Science Laboratory in Surrey.

Viewpoint

Viewpoint: Sarah Cameron

Grant Museum Foyer Artwork Commission

Slade MFA student Sarah Cameron has been awarded a commission by the Grant Museum, funded by Department of Culture, Media and Sport, Wolfson Museum and Galleries Improvement Fund.

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