East London contemporary textile designers continue the Huguenot Weavers’ legacy.
Cass lecturers and students host craft and making workshops as part of London Curriculum Festival.
Cass Film Alumna Destiny Ekaragha's debut feature GONE TOO FAR makes TV debut on Film 4
Collaboration with the Sir John Soane museum opens as part of the London Festival of Architecture.
Solo Exhibition at Tenderpixel by Fine Art Lecturer Ben Cain
Cass Alumna Destiny Ekaragha to direct Lenny Henry's new semi-autobiographical movie
Exhibition celebrating vibrancy, diversity and importance of the industrial economy in the Middle Lea Valley.
This Friday 3 July at 5pm we will see the North West London Society of Architects (NWLSA) panel attend presentations by undergraduate and postgraduate students for annual NWLSA Student Awards.
Bold new initiative bridges education and industry for graphic designers and illustrators
Full Fee Scholarships available for 2015 Start on MA By Project
A lecture by Mah Rana, designer, Cass MA Jewellery Course leader and founder of Jewellery is Life
Cass Hosts Radical Pedagogies Symposium 2015: Architectural Education and the British Tradition, curated by Daisy Froud and Harriet Harriss
A restorative justice house building program: where rural Rwandans make reconciliation through a building a compressed earth block house for their victims of the genocide.
Cass Interiors and Jewellery students are collaborating on an installation for the offices of KMPG in Manchester
Cass Associate Professor in Music Technology prepares for busy season of performances across several continents
Celebrating London’s fashion history through the Aldgate area, home of the Huguenots and the epicentre of the UK’s rag trade roots.
Jewellery students exhibit at Oxo Tower as part of London/ Cairo making and cultural exchange project
Stories of Melancholy and Raving Madness. Exhibition curated by students of MA Curating the Contemporary with the Royal college of Psychiatrists
Solo show by John Henry Newton curated by students of MA Curating the Contemporary
London College of Furniture students interviewed by Italian TV while exhibiting at Designers Block, Milan
Cass exhibits at Vivienne Westwoods flagship store in Milan for international design festival
Cass students exhibit at international design exhibition in Milan
Immersive exhibition in run up to General election in collaboration with arts charity ARTS EMERGENCY, curated by Bob and Roberta Smith. Consultation times 12-4pm, Monday - Saturday
Fundraising event in the Forum by final Year BSc Music Technology students who are producing their DVD of work for the Summer Show.
Second part of LIMITACTION, a six-month programme developed as an artistic and curatorial residency with Charlotte Warne Thomas
A curatorial collaboration between the students of MA Curating the Contemporary and the Whitechapel Gallery.
To celebrate Womens' History Month, The Cass Photography students and staff are creating an exhibition across two sites.
An exhibition, curated by MACC alumna Cristina Ramos, that brings together visual art and contemporary writing in an attempt to perform criticism in a different way
What Does it Mean to be a Creative Worker Today? - a lunchbox lecture by the PhD researcher Sophie Frost...
Screening of acclaimed documentary about Jane Bown for Women's History Month - including Q and A with one of the films directors
Professor Florian Beigel of Architecture Research Unit 2014 Annie Spink Award.
'Three recent works for projection', a lecture by the artist and writer Victor Burgin
Graphic Communication student Dovile Gabriele Mockute short film is a 'must see' for any aspiring creative student
The Cass School of Art announces a programme of Monday lunchtime lectures where artists talk in exchange for their lunch.
An exhibition award winning work by young Korean Architects curated by Hyungmin Pai
Agreement with the University of Sierra Leone and the Sierra Leone Institute of Architects to help found Sierra Leone’s first School of Architecture.
Cass and Moscow School of Architecture included in new edition of 'Europe’s Top 100 Schools of Architecture and Design' published by DOMUS Magazine
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The Projects Office provides a supportive professional environment that allows students and staff to undertake consultancy commissions and research projects, as well as providing project management support to live projects carried out by students as part of their course work.