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New and improved UCL exhibition spaces

26 August 2010


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  • UCL has improved the exhibition facilities in the cloisters and now has other public spaces that can be used for short-term exhibitions.

    The exhibition spaces are open for all UCL staff and students to use, and include the refurbished North Lodge on Gower Street. 

    Sussanah Chan (UCL Museums and Collections) explained: "UCL has a programme of diverse and engaging exhibitions scheduled over the next few months. Coming up we have 'Blue Gold', which is a huge art installation in the front quad to promote environmental sustainability. We are also using the North Lodge as an exhibition space for the first time for 'Ink', an eclectic exhibition on all things ink-related. There will also be a series of changing exhibitions in the North and South Cloisters. These exhibition spaces in public areas are now open to all staff and students to use, and we welcome all ideas!"

    To apply to exhibit in UCL space, follow the relevant link above or email Sussanah Chan.

    Image: The 'Dust to Diamonds' exhibition is currently showing in the North cloisters

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