This is a sponsored article on behalf of University of the Arts London (UAL).
Who will be the big-name artists and designers of the future? Chances are they're among the students of UAL Awarding Body.
And now, you can see their work up close, at the Origins Creatives exhibition off Brick Lane.
Running 22-24 July, the show brings together work from across many disciplines, including painting, photography, drawing, sculpture and fashion. While you're browsing, listen out for the Soundcloud of student music and audio work, and watch a showreel of moving images. It's about as eclectic as it gets.
This will be the first public exhibition for many of the artists, who've had to study during the uncertainties of the pandemic and lockdowns.
Can't make it in person? Origins Creatives is also going big in the online space, with a virtual gallery of student work, linking off to their websites and portfolios. You can also enjoy moving image and audio projects through dedicated YouTube and SoundCloud channels. A revolutionary way to enjoy great art!
Entrance to the exhibition is free, but you're encouraged to book in advance. Come along, enjoy the art, the atmosphere, and the chance to encounter a creative star of the future.
Origins Creatives, UAL Awarding Body's annual celebration of student achievements, is at the Truman Brewery, Ely's Yard, Shoreditch E1 6QP.
Exhibition opening times for the public:
Friday 22 July, 10.30am-5pm
Saturday 23 July, 10.30am-5pm
Sunday 24 July, 11am-3pm