‘Hype’ exhibition opens UAL Fresher’s Week at Chelsea College of Arts

Fresher’s Festival kicks off with a showcase of UAL talent called ‘Hype’ at Chelsea College of Art and Design from 23 – 27 September 2013. The student-led exhibition includes installation, sculpture, performance, painting, drawing, printmaking, theatre and new media. About 60 students (including those going onwards to MA programmes such as the MA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Arts), alumni, staff and tutors all from the six colleges in UAL will present recent work in this public show.

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View of Chelsea College of Art and Design (Building D) where 'Hype' takes place 23 - 27 September 2013. Image courtesy www.flickr.com View of Chelsea College of Art and Design (Building D) where ‘Hype’ takes place 23 – 27 September 2013. Image courtesy http://www.flickr.com

Fresher’s Festival kicks off with a showcase of UAL talent called ‘Hype’ at Chelsea College of Art and Design from 23 – 27 September 2013.  The student-led exhibition includes installation, sculpture, performance, painting, drawing, printmaking, theatre and new media. About 60 students, alumni , staff and tutors all from the six colleges in UAL will present recent work in this public show.

A few highlights from Hype – photos

HYPE was created to foster collaboration and dialogue between people across UAL.  The work included in the show demonstrates a wide range of art practice throughout the university; here is a sample of the work on display from a few snapshots captured during set-up:

Installation view of 'Hype',  at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London. Photo credit Kelise Franclemont. Sculpture by Sarah Clarke in ‘Hype’, at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London. Photo credit…

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