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Yeti's of Charlie Mindu, Ink, Cartidge Paper, 2016. Artist: Charlotte Hurst.

Own original artwork by the art stars of tomorrow at Slade Print Fair

​Evening Standard, October 2016

By Jessie Thompson

If you love sniffing out the art stars of tomorrow, or simply want to support bright new artistic talent, the Slade Print Fair (October 21-22) will offer you all your ‘art desires.

It is held at the Slade School of Fine Art at UCL, famous for training some of the most famous British artists, including Paul Nash, Mona Hatoum, Rachel Whiteread and Isaac Rosenberg. It began in 2013 as a way of raising funds for scholarships and bursaries for students after funding for postgraduate grants were cut. 

The Fair takes place during this week’s Bloomsbury Festival, where a whole host of events will be taking place to celebrate the arts and culture of the area. All works on display will be on sale, created by students past and present as well as Slade staff. All money raised will go directly to scholarship funds. 

There will be live screenprinting as part of the event, with prints available to purchase from £20. There will also be Slade Editions available to purchase online, with a unique edition created by artist Phyllida Barlow, made in house at the Slade. 



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Slade Print Fair takes place at North Lodge, UCL on Gower Street, October 21-22;


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