New generation of British artists on show at UCL's Slade School of Fine Art
3 June 2003
The new generation of British artists are exhibiting the fruits of their labour at the Slade School of Fine Art summer show 2003.
Students from the MA and MFA in Fine Art will show their work from Friday 13 June to Thursday 19 June.
The Slade School has a reputation as one of the best in the world, and for allowing students to experiment and push the boundaries. This year's graduates are no exception to this rule, and promise to join the ranks of the many leading lights in the contemporary art world that are former Slade School students, including Martin Creed and Rachel Whiteread, both Turner Prize winners.
UCL's Bartlett School of Architecture - which also has a formidable reputation for excellence - holds its degree exhibition from Saturday 28 June to Saturday 5 July.
To find out more about the shows use the links below.