The Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design

Recent news from The Cass

Freedom and Creativity

Professor Robert Mull to speak at symposium at Royal Academy.

RSA Makers Summit

Cass Cities Professor Mark Brearley to speak at RSA Makers Summit.

Paddle do nicely

Cass Fundraising event for Children in Need was right on the (ping pong) ball

The Rise and Fall of Mel Gibson

Cass Graphics lecturer Kieron Baroutchi exhibits work at exhibition exploring highs and lows of a Hollywood career


Visual Communication students and alumni amongst buzz for collaborative work on newly acclaimed short-film 'FlySpy'.

Smint UK 2015 Poster Competition: Cass students shortlisted

Visual Communication students have been shortlisted for the Smint UK 2015 Poster competition

Cass Music Showcase

Cass Music and Fine Art students, in collaboration, showcase their inter-disciplinary work in The Parker Gallery.


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 professors, Florian Beigel and Philip Christou, to lecture and exhibit in Berlin at the Technische Universität Berlin


Photography exhibition by Lewis Bush explores the effect of booming value of corporate and luxury residential property in London.


Group Photography exhibition curated by Heather McDonough for Photomonth.

Cass Hot House talk: Sarah Boris

Talk by Sarah Boris - graphic designer, art director and artist based in London; The Hothouse talks showcase industry professionals from across design and illustration.

It is Probably Better To Start From Zero #1.1

03 December 2015 - 10 January 2016

New Cass Windowspace project in Collaboration with Whitechapel Gallery series launches with installation by Georgia Spickett-Jones.

Conversational: Video Installation

Thursday 26 November, 5.30-9.00pm

An evening event as part of the Last Thursdays @ The Castle Series.

Home Works: ‘Abstraction and Familiarity’, Tony Fretton

The sixth in a series of lectures titled, ‘Home Works’ co-curated by Robert Mull and Zoë Berman celebrating the work of tutors at The Cass.