The University of Westminster’s Creative Enterprise Centre (CEC) will host the WUTOPIA POP-UP from the 2-8 December 2019 at 67 Neal Street, Covent Garden.


Westminster Pop Up 2019 Presents Wutopia

WUTOPIA will showcase and sell resin decorative art and home ware, limited edition fashion, men’s sports apparel and jewellery, graphic design, paintings, wellness products and stationery from eight of the University’s creative entrepreneurs – a mix of current students and recent graduates.

2019 is the second year of the POP-UP initiative; a pioneering enterprise and experiential learning project run by the University of Westminster’s CEC to support and showcase the University’s creative entrepreneurs and bring their talents to the high street. The POP-UP is an alternative destination shop this Christmas, with the opportunity to commission bespoke pieces.  All purchases made will go directly to the exhibiting emerging creative entrepreneurs and support the growth of their craft and businesses.

Students and colleagues from across the University are welcome to visit WUTOPIA and support the entrepreneurs during the week.

For further details about WUTOPIA (including opening times).


The graduate and student entrepreneurs for the WUTOPIA POP-UP 2019 are:

Angelica Bacani - BA (Hons) Illustration and Visual Communication

Loulou Elliott -   BA (Hons) Illustration and Visual  Communication    

Manimekala Fuller – BA (Hons) Fashion

Amelia Potter - BA (Hons) Illustration and Visual Communication

Adriana Silvia Vartaci -  BA (Hons) Public Relations and Advertising

Muzafar Tufail -  Graduate - BA (Hons) Illustration and Visual Communication

Jaymes Venables -  BA (Hons) Fashion Marketing and Promotion

Imtishal Zina Zeine - BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science

About the ‘WUTOPIA’ Westminster POP-UP

The ‘Westminster POP-UP’ is an enterprise and experiential learning project supported by the CEC’s entrepreneurship accelerator programme, and was commissioned to launch and showcase the University’s entrepreneurial designers, makers, creators and crafters.

In the lead up to the POP-UP, the students and graduates were invited to develop their entrepreneurship attributes and grow and launch their brands and businesses – with selected participants enrolling into a preparatory accelerator programme of workshops and one-to-one advisory appointments with business advisors and field experts.

Each entrepreneur has also received a grant of £250 to develop their response to the platform, in addition to a year’s membership of Creative Entrepreneurs.

Further Information

For further details about the CEC please contact Shiela Birungi, CEC Manager, [email protected] or [email protected]


Booking a place

Book one of the events here.

Private view also available by invitation on Monday 2 December, 5.30pm to 8.30pm. To book a place please email [email protected]