Tottenham Hot Stir
Alexander Sarafian, a Cass Free Unit student led a weekend workshop during which aluminium cans collected from the Lea Navigation were melted down and cast in wax moulds to create beautiful and surprising objects. The moulds were formed during conversations with local residents who had a chance to learn about casting. A unique record of local encounters emerged with rubbish transformed into aluminium gifts, with help by students from The Cass and members of the Holy Trinity Church working with the local community in Tottenham.
From metalwork to fabric, local manufacturing has been a foundation for Tottenham and its communities since the turn of the 20th century. Today there are new plans to regenerate the borough, with promises of quality housing and job opportunities. With this in mind it’s worth examining the potential of local craft once again, as a tool for development and a bright future in this troubled part of London.
Venue: Wellside Cafe
Recent news from The Cass
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Fashion designers of the future showcase their designs in third annual fashion show.
Two students have been awarded fellowships and will be spending a month in Venice conducting research.
Lecturer Rishi Trikha is currently taking part in the Circus 50:50 programme and is undertaking a director’s residency at the Roundhouse and at the New Vic Theatre.
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7 June - 13 July 2018
Dates announced for 23rd annual summer programme where students work with leading authors.
2-18 May 2018
New exhibition explores pioneering East End youth clubs through photography and memorabilia.
Budding entrepreneurs from across London have been taking part in the annual Big Idea Challenge, one of London’s biggest entrepreneurial competitions for young people.
Special Guest Lecturer Takaya Fujii gives students insight into contemporary work inspired by ancient Japanese tradition.
Rosie Hervey, architecture alumna and tutor is awarded prestigious fellowship for project to investigate different models of ‘living together’.
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Graduation showcase by Theatre and Performance students at Chelsea Theatre
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