Case Studies


Crypt Gallery, Euston Road, London

31st October to 4th November 2018

This exhibition was the second collaborative project by our group of class students who all come from different cultural backgrounds and different ages.  

A group meeting was set up before the summer to run through the theme, restrictions of the unique art space and how to go about the work.


I volunteered to go collect the key of the crypt gallery and was taken around by Anne who very graciously showed me the ‘do’s’ and ‘don't's’ of the art space. I thereafter kept the key and handed it almost daily during the opening days of the show to the invigilators. I helped them open, set up and shut the crypt almost daily.

I was part of the drinks committee where I helped serve drinks and also invigilated the space on that Saturday morning.






I felt the curation and installation team did a great job of installing the pieces and the show was quite a success.


The key skills learnt here were problem solving, communication, flexibility, working efficiently towards a deadline and patience.