Recent news from The Cass
Find out what short films were shown
The Cass' annual celebration and screening at the BFI Southbank.
Find out how to purchase the book
A new publication compiles the records, essays and interviews of the "It Is Probably Better To Start From Zero" curatorial and artistic project.
Explore the winning Nepalese-focused design
Corina Tuna, an architecture student at London Met, has won third prize in the annual RIBA Journal Drawing competition.
Read the judge's comments about our student's work
The Cass Fine Art BA alumna Andreea Ionascu wins first place in the Summer Arts Prize at Lacey Contemporary Gallery.
Find out about our alumna's winning project
Cass architecture alumna Laura Evans wins prestigious RIBA scholarship.
Find out how much each course scored
Student satisfaction at The Cass leaps to record levels in the latest National Student Survey.
BBC flagship tech programme comes to The Cass
The second annual yearbook which celebrates the eclectic work of our students.
Visit this celebratory exhibition.
The Aram Gallery hosts an exhibition celebrating the enduring legacy of The Cass.
Find out about the winning entry
Hat-trick of D&AD Pencil wins for Aberrant Architecture.
New book launched by Cass Architecture Diploma students to showcase their contribution to the 2012 London Olympics.
Latest survey reveals a massive 96% of graduates of The Cass are in employment or further study within six months.
Cass Interiors student Spaska Bondarenko wins Runner Up in Innovation Prize at the Free Range.
5- 20 August 2016
Exhibition by artist and Cass alumna Nye Thompson exploring our vulnerability in cyberspace.