#MiALSS16 Selection Panel – Steve MacLeod
Submissions for Made in Art London’s Spring/Summer 2016 Collection are currently open!
MiAL submissions are an opportunity to gain representation from MiAL and become a MiAL Artist. In order to submit you must be either a current student or recent graduate (graduated in the previous two years) from University of the Arts London and there must be an element of your work that you are willing to sell.
Each of our collections are curated by a panel of industry experts who look through all of our submissions and select the artists and designers they think should join MiAL.
The panel feedback to every submission whether you are selected or not. So even if you don’t get chosen to join MiAL, you will still get valuable feedback on your work and why it wasn’t selected this time around. Take a look at our previous selection panel members here!
This year we are pleased to announce that the first member of our selection panel will be… Steve Macleod.
Professor Steve Macleod is a Director at one of Europe’s leading imaging companies, Metro Imaging, with a reputation for collaborating with many of the worlds most recognisable and influential artists.
An award winning Creative Director based in London, Steve have been at the forefront of photographic imaging for over twenty years, collaborating with a vast network of clients and developing new and innovative photographic printing practices.
He is also a curator and art director working across broad disciplines of creative industries. He runs a successful professional mentorship scheme through Metro Imaging and regularly reviews and works with artists in their professional practice. One of these mentorships is the MiAL & Metro Mentorship launched in 2015.
Steve has dedicated much of his career to education and professional practice in photography, and in 2004 was awarded a Fellowship to the RSA for his services to industry and education.
Steve is also a practicing artist; instinctively reclusive, he prefers to work off-line producing long term projects, his works are sought after and held in both private and public collections and is represented by Atlas Gallery in London and Divan Galerie in Hamburg.
- If you have any questions email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Deadline for submissions is: Sunday 21st February 12pm