CollabJAM - Startup Hack
Following on from the success of the Chance Your Arm Design/Shift Party and U-Create, Frances Brown (now heading up Creative Enterprise at Accelerator, part of London Met) launches a great cross-disciplinary collaborative hack-athon! Get in there, CASS students!
Work with students from across all faculties to hack, prototype and develop start-up businesses from the London Met Hatchery (business start-up at Accelerator, London Met).
Collaborate, network and possibly meet your future employer, intern position or business partner!
Sign up now!
•Start-up founders will pitch their businesses and CollabJam challenges.
•Select your business, form a team and get into ACTION!
•Present your challenge solutions to the mentor panel for prizes!
Recent news from The Cass
London Met PhD student founds charity, providing bespoke music instruments and workshops where disabled people make a new kind of community music.
Furniture and Product Design graduate, Mandie Beuzeval, has had a great success at the 2017 London Design Festival with her 'Great Dryer'.
A Cass Fine Art alumnus presents a solo exhibition, called Real Reality, at Beers London.
Jewellery Design graduate wins a prestigious award at the Goldsmiths’ Fair 2017.
An architect who lectures at London Met’s Art, Architecture and Design school, The Cass, appeared on Grand Designs earlier this month.
Senior lecturer, Dr Jacek Ludwig Scarso, exhibited Precarious Balance / Equilibrio Precario at ArteSpazioTempo in Venice.
School celebrates it's coming together with series of exhibition and events attended by hundreds.
New solo exhibition of night photography by The Cass alumnus David George.
The Cass hosts an immersive exhibition exploring the diversity of Belgian architecture.
A group of graduates from The Cass, who took part in the successful Cass Starters project, will be exhibiting with SCP as part of the London Design Festival.
Artist Jaykoe , an alumnus of MA Fine Art at The Cass has two imminent exhibitions
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The Cass alumna takes part in new exhibition exploring the relationship between humans and machines.
We take a look at the new facilities opening to students at The Cass as the School completes its move to Calcutta House.
Graphic design studio, Regular Practice, will be collaborating with Cass Visual Communications as research partners.
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