The Xhibit 2014 show is open this weekend and includes some incredible student work on display.
There was a packed Private View last night (Friday) for friends and family and loads of UAL students were able to get an early look at the work. You can take a look at the full list on work on display with our Facebook album of work.
It’s definately worth a visit and it’s only on this weekend. Xhibit is open 11am - 5pm every day until Monday 3rd March and is on display at Art Bermondsey at 183-185 Bermondsey Street (SE1 3UW). The nearest stations are Bermondsey London Bridge and Elephant and Castle.
To find out more about how Xhibit is championing creative futures for students at UAL take a look the SUARTS website.
We’ve had such an exciting election this year with a record breaking turnout and some incredible candidates running to represent you. We received over 3100 votes received!
Here’s a quick look at the physical ballots being counted on Thursday night.
The results were announced last night outside LCC’s Darkroom Bar in front of a very tense audience.
After many rounds of voting for each position (see below) we are delighted to introduce your Sabbatical Team. The current Sabbatical Officers running for reelection, Shelly, Mostafa and Hannah all won their respective elections whilst Honor Severs is the new Activities and Volunteering Officer. We were delighted to see third year sculptor, Honor be elected as our very first Sabbatical Officer from Wimbledon!
Above: Activities & Development Officer Honor Severs, Reelected SUARTS President Shelly Asquith, Reelected Culture and Diversity Officer Mostafa Rajaai and Reelected Education Officer Hannah Roberts.
We also had an all new team of Vice-Presidents elected who will be key in leading social events and continuing building communities across the different sites, working alongside the SUARTS College Coordinators.
Above (left to right): LCF Vice-President Megan-Ruth St Clair Morgan, Shelly Asquith, LCC Vice-President Bee Tajudeen, Honor Severs,CSM Vice-President Leo de Cera, Mostafa Rajaai andHannah Roberts. (CCW Vice President Robert Reynolds was not in attendance)
In 2009 just 450 people voted in the Students’ Union elections and this week over 3000 people voted which is nothing short of incredible. We’re very excited for your new team to get started in June of this year.
The full results are as follows.
With less than 24 hours left of voting (or possibly less if you’re reading this after 12am on Thursday) Arts London News have provided you with a great video to help you choose who will lead your Students’ Union as the new SU President.
Click the link above to watch the video on YouTube and vote online where you can choose your candidates for all four full-time positions along with your College Vice President and other roles.
Your President and Education Officer are representing you in Parliament today on the Art & Design… http://t.co/QNBipRDXLh— SUARTS (@SUARTS) February 4, 2014
If you want to get involved in similar things next year (and eat mini eggs whilst in Parliament) nominate yourself in this term’s elections!