It’s a celebration of the year’s work, and amazing to be part of something that is so large, diverse and high profile.Hazel McGregor, Tutor, Cornwall College
The finale of the Saturday Club year is the Summer Show, a public exhibition of work by Club members and a celebration of all that they have achieved throughout the year. This is the first time all the Clubs have come together since their London Visit in November, and every single Club member is represented in the exhibition.
Friends and family are invited, too, and many are struck by the range and quality of work, as well as the scale of the Saturday Club network. We also host a VIP private view for our partners and supporters, alongside leading industry figures, policymakers, education experts, the media and art and design practitioners. The exhibition is open to the public, regularly receiving more than 3,500 visitors during the week.
Usually, the Summer Show takes place in London’s prestigious Somerset House. In 2020, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Summer Show has been presented as a dynamic online exhibition, developed by independent experience agency Imagination.