Events

selection of products from not just a shop
Selection of products from not just a shop
photography by Yeshen Venema

Come Celebrate with a 10% Discount.

Join us for a special alumni event to celebrate the opening of our pioneering new space and shop with your exclusive discount.

not just a shop sells design products and artwork by the University’s abundance of talented alumni. Products on sale include jewellery, ceramics, gift cards, candles, prints, accessories and homeware. Perfect as festive treats for friends, family or yourself.

For one night only we are opening exclusively for UAL alumni and offering a 10% discount on purchases. Not only that, but you can also enjoy a celebratory drink on us while shopping and find out how you can apply to have your creations on sale too.

Tuesday 5 December 2017
5:30pm – 7.30pm

not just a shop
272 High Holborn
London, WC1V 7EY

All you have to do to redeem your discount is Register here and show your ticket on the night.

As the name suggests, there is more to not just a shop than it being a commercial retail space. Not just a shop also provides our students with a space to learn about starting their own businesses. Proceeds from the shop are reinvested back into supporting the Careers and Employability department’s enterprise learning programme, which includes free talks, workshops, funding and one-to-one business education. 

Wimbledon College of Arts
Wimbledon College of Arts

Pre 2000s Alumni Event at Wimbledon College of Arts

Wednesday 6 December 2017
6pm – 8.30pm
Wimbledon College of Arts, Merton Hall Road
RSVP

University of the Arts London is hosting an event for all our pre 00’s Wimbledon College of Arts alumni to celebrate the College’s rich history and exciting future. The evening will be a great opportunity for you to come back to campus and meet with fellow alumni and current staff over drinks. We are delighted Sophie Bownes, curator of Wimbledon’s current exhibition, A Many Sided Thing, will be joining us to introduce the exhibition and talk about her experiences putting the show together.