Cass Working Lunch: All the creative practice you can eat!

Explore contemporary professional working methods and the creative friction of shifting disciplinary boundaries. All welcome!

2015 sees The Cass extend its brilliant lunchtime talks across the whole Faculty.

No matter what your interests are, there'll be a speaker for you each week with our platform of inter-disciplinary creative industries presentations, discussion and thought.

Leading international practitioners and inspiring alumni will provide hints and tips on entering the creative world for all our Cass students:

Mondays 1pm Central House: Lunchbox Lectures (Host: Cass Fine Art)
 
Tuesdays 1pm Central House: YARD Lunchbox (Host: Architecture)
 
Thursdays 1pm Central House: Flash/FWD (Host: Cass Film/ Cass Music)
 
Fridays 1pm Commercial Road: Speakers Corner (Host: Design)
 

This lively and engaging 'vox pop' series invites leading international creative practitioners and recent alumni to present and share their take on the creative world, opening up discussion and encouraging debate. A range of film makers, musicians, designers, makers, animators, photographs, fine artists, architects, and entrepreneurial thinkers will lead debate through offering insight into their work, working processes and the collaborative relationships informing what they do.

The Cass lays out the lecturn every studio lunchtime (Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays) 1-2pm. Bring your lunch, keep an eye out for our next speaker on the web and in the corridors of The Cass near you! 

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Location Commercial Road and Central House
Date and time Every Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri: 1pm–2pm

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