The Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design

Recent news from The Cass

Sounding the Great Hall

Cass Music Technology lecturer Alexander Wendt performs as part of a two-day festival at Goldsmiths.

AJ Retrofit Awards 2016

Cass tutors make shortlist of prestigious annual prize.

NWLSA Student Awards 2016

Cass Architecture students win annual NWLSA Student Awards 2016.

Cass students building Calais Kids Space

A fundraising campaign to build a useful, safe and valued building for the unaccompanied children living in the Calais migrant camp.


5- 20 August 2016

Exhibition by artist and Cass alumna Nye Thompson exploring our vulnerability in cyberspace.

The Cass hosts agrictecture collaborative design workshop

24-25 June 2016

The Cass hosts an Association of Vertical Farming workshop focusing on the integration of agriculture into urban neighbourhoods to create sustainable food systems.

Keepers of Culture

Cass alumni-led collective Uncertain States present a day considering photographic collections at Derby Quad – and you can travel there in style.

Join the Hothouse

Free workshops with leading creative practitioners and experts during the Cass Summer Show Part 1.

It is probably better to start from zero #3.2 Inês Marques

2 June - 3 July 2016

It is Probably Better to Start from Zero is a long term curatorial and artistic project taking place in the Window Space, at the Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design.

Cass Vis Comms lecturer and Grafik Magazine editor releases new book

A step by step guide for anyone who loves magazines or dreams of starting their own.

Final Cuts 2016

Films from Cass Film and Animation courses screened at BFI on London's Southbank.

‘Made in London’ Conference

Saturday 28 May 2016

Makers, designers and innovators in musical instrument making in London, from the 18th to the 21st centuries.

Cass graduate wins New Talent Competition 2016

Alexander Mueller has won free exhibition space at the 2016 DMY International Design Festival Berlin.

MA design students exhibit new work

Two MA students currently have their work displayed in an amber jewellery exhibition in London.