The work of both current students and alumni will feature, making not just a shop a platform for their career development. The range has been curated by Natalie Stevens, UAL’s Enterprise Space Retail Manager, who is overseeing the launch of the shop in cooperation with UAL careers and employability schemes. In turn, the project will function as an integrated strategy to support all UAL students. Profits will be allocated to the department’s enterprise programme, and put towards one-to-one business education, funding, and free workshops and talks. The space will also be used for these events.
UAL seeks to provide customers with the opportunity to buy unique products, support a sustainability-focused business, and invest in the next generation of artists and designers in London.
by Rosie Byers
All photographs: Yeshen Veneema
Not just a shop will be open to the public on September 28, Monday-Friday from 11am until 3pm, at 272 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7EYTags: London > not just a shop > UAL > University of the Arts London