This is your chance to see our world-class facilities and our north London campus and speak with our friendly students and academics to find out about studying at Middlesex.
Hear from Vita, a current student and Fine Art graduate Renee about how Middlesex helped them to set goals for a career in Visual Arts and provided support to get them where they want to be.
But what does teaching actually look like for you when you start your degree?
Did you know we have BAFTA winning tutors on our staff? Or that graduates have gone on to win the Turner Prize and had work exhibited at the Tate? Here are some of the notable successes the Visual Arts and Design departments have enjoyed over the last couple of years.
The showreel contains two short films by 3rd year students Khaila Williams and Ariane Monds and documentation of a 1st year site specific exhibition at Luman Studio in St Johns Church.
SYNERGY is an online exhibition by BA Fine Art Graduates 2020, showcasing some of the amazing work produced at MDX.
Current student Sunim Rai has won a prestigious Freelands Painting Prize which is awarded to the best new painters. As a winner, their work is part of an exhibition at the Freelands Foundation Gallery in London.
Artist and MDX graduate, Kelvin Okafor, unveils his pencil portrait of Prince to mark the fourth anniversary of his death.
MDX PhD alumna Heather Phillipson has produced a limited edition print for WWF's Art For Your World campaign - a call to action for the cultural sector to come together and demand urgent measures against climate change.
MDX Associate Professor's new solo exhibition at the New Art Gallery in Walsall, Jet Black Futures shows a striking continuity of preoccupations in the Blk Art Group co-founder's practice.
Senior lecturer in Art and Design Beverley Speight gives some great advice on building your portfolio!
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