Student Works

'Oates' directed by Heidi O'Loughlin

We Make Film

'Sinners Haven' produced by Leon Moore

We Make Film

'Hippocampus' by Heidi O'Loughlin

We Make Film

'Hippocampus' by Heidi O'Loughlin

We Make Film

'Hippocampus' by Heidi O'Loughlin

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Cass Film

Work from students of the Film and Broadcast Production BA (Hons) course.

Cass Summer Show: Friday 23 June to Saturday 8 July 2017

Private viewing on Thursday 22 June 2017, 3pm to 10pm

Students from all The Cass disciplines will exhibit their work at the main Cass Summer Show from 23 June to 8 July, with a private viewing on 22 June from 3pm to 10pm. The extended private viewing day will include a series of prize-giving ceremonies for art, architecture and design students beginning at 3.30pm and leading up to a launch party in the evening.

"Technical achievement to a high standard characterises Level 6 (Year 3) with some extraordinary productions which are sure to impress the live audience at the annual graduation screening at BFI Southbank in late June."

Additional shows

The season kick-starts on 4 to 6 May with DEN at Shoreditch Town Hall, a festival of site-specific performances and installations on the themes of secrecy and disguise by Theatre and Performance students.

From 11 to 26 May students from Curating the Contemporary MA, which is run in collaboration between The Cass and the Whitechapel Gallery, launch their inaugural exhibition at the Cass Bank Gallery. ‘There will be nothing left to suck’, curated by DOW Collective, will see both national and international artists question the plausibility of a future where development has superseded itself and production has ceased.

On 20 June, there will be a catwalk show hosted in the Wash Houses, Old Castle Street, showcasing work by graduating students from The Cass's Fashion courses. The Graduate Fashion Catwalk Show 2017 has a 3.30pm preview or 6.30pm for the main event. Booking now live Eventbrite.

Students from Film and Animation courses will screen their work at Final Cuts 2017, held at the British Film Institute (BFI) Southbank on 27 June from 2pm. Tickets are free but must be reserved through Eventbrite.

This will be followed by an awards ceremony for Upholstery and Furniture students on 28 June at 6.00pm, an Open Day for applicants on 1 July and an Employers and Alumni networking evening on 4 July.

During the summer season The Cass will also be taking part in Art Night 2017, an all-night art festival on Saturday 1 July. Visitors to the Cass Bank Gallery will have the chance to see a window display by Turkish artist Güneş Terkol, created in collaboration with residents from the Middlesex Street Estate, and an exhibition showcasing work from 3D, interiors and visual communications students from The Cass.

Exhibition details

Private view Thursday 22 June, 3pm to 10pm
Dates Friday 23 June to Saturday 8 July
Times Monday to Friday: 10am to 7pm
Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Sunday: 11am to 4pm
Venue The Cass, Central House
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Also exhibiting

Cass Summer Show 2017

Private view: Thursday 22 June, 3pm to 10pm

Exhibition of work by The Cass students in a variety of disciplines, running from 23 June to 8 July 2017.

Cass Fine Art

Private view: Thursday, 22 June 2017

Work from students of the Fine Art BA (Hons) and Photography BA (Hons) undergraduate courses.

Cass Architecture – Undergraduate

Private view: Thursday 22 June 2017

Work from students of the Architecture BA (Hons) undergraduate course.

Cass Architecture – Postgraduate

Private view: Thursday 22 June 2017

Work from students of the Professional Diploma in Architecture (RIBA2), Architecture MA and Spatial Planning & Urban Design MA courses.

Cass Interiors

Private view: Thursday 22 June 2017

Work from students of the Interior Architecture and Design BA (Hons), Interior Design BA (Hons) and Interior Design and Decoration BA (Hons) undergraduate courses.

Cass 3D

Private view: Thursday 22 June 2017

Work from Fashion BA (Hons), Furniture FdA, Furniture & Product Design BA (Hons), Furniture Design BA (Hons), Jewellery & Silversmithing BA (Hons) and Textile Design BA (Hons) courses.

Cass Visual Communication

Private view: Thursday 22 June 2017

Work from students of our Animation BA (Hons), Animation MA, Graphic Design BA (Hons), Illustration BA (Hons) and Publishing BA (Hons) courses.

Cass Film

Private view: Thursday 22 June 2017

Work from students of the Film and Broadcast Production BA (Hons) course.

Cass Music

Private view: Thursday 22 June 2017

Work from students of the Music Technology (Music Production) BSc, Music Technology (Sound for media) BSc, Music Technology (Audio Systems) BSc and Musical Instruments BSc courses.

Cass Foundation

Private view: Thursday 22 June 2017

Work from students of the Extended Degree (with Foundation Year) BA (Hons) courses.