Recent news from The Cass
Big Idea Challenge 2017 showcases London Met’s contribution to innovation and enterprise in the capital.
Short Courses at The Cass sponsor panel discussion exploring the issues around upholstery, sustainability and throwaway culture at the Geffrye Museum.
4th May 2017
A First Thursday evening of experimental sound and vison curated by Cass Fine Art student, Raisa Watkiss.
Theatre and Performance Practice BA students collaborate on project exploring the science and art of responsive swarming.
Join our star-studded panel for an evening of debate and discussion as we examine whether fashion is unfair?
Cass graduate Dessislava Madanska will be exhibiting at this year’s Milan Design Week.
Theatre and Performance students kick of The Cass Summer Season with a festival of secrets, cryptic missions and general hush-hush at Shoreditch Town Hall.
Join The Cass for its annual Fine Art open studio event on Thursday 6 April.
6 - 27 April 2017 (excluding 13-17 April)
Belgian architecture season launches at The Cass with an illustration exhibition highlighting the country’s diverse collection of contemporary architecture.
8 March -21 April 2017
OPENING EXTENDED: Photography exhibition in Cass Foyer Gallery for Women's History Month features recently recovered images of The Brady Girls Club.
Jewellery students at The Cass take part in international gift exchange.
The Cass has been announced as one of the partner venues for Art Night 2017, a contemporary arts festival which will transform the East End for one summer night.
2 September to 5 November 2017
Major new initiative by artist(s) / The Cass Fine Art Professor(s) Bob and Roberta Smith will raise awareness of the importance of arts education.
Architecture Research Unit at The Cass present a new series of evening lectures by high-profile international practitioners
Public lectures, talks and events from The Cass 2016-17
Interiors Industry Lectures
Interior and interior design lecture series given by visiting professional practitioners.
Find out about the next event
The Cass Hothouse presents a series of creative talks by industry professionals in design, illustration, publishing and branding. All talks are free and open to the public.
Using film as a research and exploration tool
A mini-series of open lectures and screenings that connect to the module of the same title for Year 4 architecture students.
Learn more about our residency programme
The residency studio is located at The Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design at London Metropolitan University.
Annual Public Lectures and Talks Series
An annual series of public lectures and talks on a wide variety of topics taking place at The Cass during the 2016-17 academic year.
A series of lectures organised by Florian Beigel and Philip Christou, Architecture Research Unit.
Student-led architecture lecture series 2016-17
The Who Cares? talks are returning this year, tackling questions on the topic of humanitarian design both abroad and closer to home.
The Window Space is a street-facing window gallery managed by the students of the Curating the Contemporary MA.
All events at The Cass
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166-220 Holloway Road
Is fashion unfair? Ask our starry panel: Julia Robson, former Daily Telegraph fashion journalist and lecturer; Barry Laden, MBE, designer and manufacturer; Daniel Lismore, author of Be Yourself, Everybody Else is... more
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We know that considering going to university is a big decision and the choices you make will be life changing. Find out more about studying a postgraduate course with The... more
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London Metropolitan Year 12 Art, Architecture and Design Summer Schools 2017 Are you in Year 12 / first year college? Our FREE summer schools give you a great chance to explore university life and... more
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