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Exhibit and sell your work

Taking part in exhibitions, trade shows and other events is a great way to promote your business, sell your work and get commissions. It’s also useful for getting first-hand feedback on your products and prices.

Careers and Employability helps UAL students and graduates to exhibit and sell their work through:

In addition, our programme of free enterprise events一本道最新高清无码 will help you to turn your business ideas into a reality.

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    How to get paid

    Get advice on pricing, invoicing and selling your work as a designer, maker or artist.

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    Exhibitions and trade shows

    Read our advice on how to get the most from selling and showcasing your work at exhibitions and trade shows.

    一本道最新高清无码Made in Arts London is the Students' Union's selling platform. Current students from all UAL colleges can submit work to be considered for sale.

    一本道最新高清无码Need a space to test a project or hold an exhibition? Arts SU has four free exhibition and project spaces that students can apply to use.