UAL staff are now invited to take part in the first Modual workshop designed to collaboratively imagine, explore and prototype future possibilities for arts education.

This workshop takes place over seven days at Somerset House, specifically on 19th-21st and 26th-29th March 2018. For more details please download this PDF and to apply to take part please fill in this form.


In September 2017 ten UAL students spent two weeks at the British Council in Mumbai collaborating with twenty Indian students to imagine, develop and prototype six social enterprise projects. These projects were showcased at a launch event at the British Council. You can see more about this experience in the film below.

UsTwo New York

In September 2016 our first international Modual workshop was hosted by UsTwo, one of the world's leading creative digital agencies, at their New York studio on Broadway. Once again we focused on collaboration, social enterprise and digital practise: UsTwo's professionals contributed inspiration and mentorship and the result was a range of powerful and innovative projects for social change that were showcased at our launch event.


Somerset House

Since 2014 we have run a series of workshops at Somerset House as part of their thriving creative community. These workshops explored new ways of teaching professional creative practice in a post-digital world where the internet and its accompanying technological devices are ever present in all of our lives. This workshop operates both online and in the real world to explore contemporary digital practise. We also teamed up with our friends at Makerversity and Facebook among others who helped mentor and offer expert advice to our participants. You can download a report about these workshops here. 

Mother London

The first iteration of Modual workshop was hosted by advertising agency Mother London. Focusing on cross-disciplinary collaboration and idea generation the core theme of the project was positive change. The aim was to equip the students with the tools to bridge the gap between university and the creative industry. The entire process was documented by filmmaker Paul Wyatt for this short documentary film which you can watch by clicking the button below.