The third annual independent exhibition from Made in Arts London has arrived!
Capsule is showcasing art and design from students and recent graduates of the University of London, and features a wide variety of media including site-specific artwork, fine art, design, video and performance.
The exhibition aims to celebrate the journey of UAL students as they work towards their careers and creative practitioners. All the work on show is available for sale, acting as a unique platform to collect affordable art from some of the emerging stars of the London art scene. The exhibiting students are the next generation of artists, and Capsule shows the cutting-edge, contemporary talent that UAL continues to cultivate in young people.
Libby Heaney, Untitled 3
As well as the exhibition itself, Capsule is hosting a Performance Evening, Screening morning and Artist Talk, all of which are free to attend - read more detail below for dates and times.
What is Made in Arts London?
It is a not-for profit enterprise which promotes art and design from UAL students and graduates. They encourage their artists to continue to develop their work, whilst offering them advice and opportunities to sustain their practice. Through championing the emerging talent, they provide a platform to nurture the talent coming out of the different arts colleges in London.
Sylvia Moritz, City of London detail
Performance Evening: Thursday 9th April, 6-8pm
Screening Morning: Saturday 11th April, 11-1pm
‘The Importance of Supporting Emerging Artists’ Talk: Saturday 11th April, 3-5pm
For further information on these events and to register your interest, please email: email@example.com
Tess Williams, L.H.As
Location and Opening Hours
Capsule is hosted at the Embassy Tea Gallery in London.
It is open from Thursday 9th April to Saturday 11th April from 10-6pm, and Sunday 12th April from 11-5pm.
Whether you're an avid art collector, student seeking inspiration or lover of all things arty, Capsule is the exhibition to see this weekend to capture a glimpse of what the next generation of artists has to offer.