The first exhibition of this kind for Northwick Park Underground station featured artwork from 2010 graduating students from Westminster’s Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses: Graphic Information Design, Fashion, Illustration and Photography.
For the new exhibition, part of a three-year exhibition in collaboration with Transport for London (TFL), a total of 20 images produced by University of Westminster students have been selected to go on display at Northwick Park Underground station.
Lucy O’Grady, Marketing Manager for the University’s Faculty of Media, Arts and Design, commented on the exciting collaboration, saying: “Working with TFL on the Art on the Underground project has been a fantastic opportunity to work with our neighbours at Northwick Park Underground station to create a welcoming environment for all. The University of Westminster’s Harrow campus specialises in Media Arts and Design and the project has given us a platform to show our work to the local community. We look forward to continue working with London Underground on this project over years to come.”
The University of Westminster’s Harrow Campus at Northwick Park is home to the Faculty of Media, Arts and Design, a hub of talent and creativity influencing future trends in style, design, entertainment, and media industries. Students are taught many disciplines in the fields of Art and Design, Fashion, Film, Journalism and Mass Communications, Music, and Photography.