Celebration Week 2018: Wednesday 21 February
Flashticine! Foundation students exhibit over 2000 sculptures in pop-up plasticine exhibition
Students presenting work-in-progress from Architecture and Interior Design Extended Degree (with Foundation Year) BA, Art and Design Extended Degree (with Foundation Year) BA, Fashion and Textiles Extended Degree (with Foundation Year) BA, and Film, Photography and Media Extended Degree (with Foundation Year) BA courses.
The Cass has recently appointed Dr Jos Boys as our Visiting Professor, Diversity and Creative Practice, a first for Level 3.
Dr Jos Boys is an independent scholar. She trained originally in architecture, and has worked in feminist and community-based design practices for many years, as well as a researcher, educator and journalist. Most recently she has been involved in a number of disability-related projects to explore alternative critical and creative ways of designing for inclusion. She is interested in how work across disability studies and other forms of activism are challenging ahistorical and atheoretical attitudes to disability that remain far too common within architecture and the built environment.
Jos is author of Doing Disability Differently: an alternative handbook on architecture, dis/ability and designing for everyday life (Routledge 2014) and is editor of Disability, Space, Architecture: A Reader (Routledge 2017). This collects in one volume the best writing on built space from disability studies, together with innovative ideas about inclusive design, so as to create an important new resource for built environment students, educators and design professionals.
She is co-founder and director of The Dis/Ordinary Architecture Project - a collaborative platform that develops a variety of initiatives bringing together the creativity of disabled artists with architectural students, educators and practitioners; with the aim of opening up the design opportunities offered by engaging with disability, ability and the diverse ways of being in the world.
Jos also has considerable experience as an academic developer and instructional designer, and is also a world-renowned expert consultant in learning space design in Higher Education; an area in which she has published extensively.
|Date||Wednesday 21 February 2018|
The Wash Houses
Celebration Week by weekday presentations
Fine Art and Photography: The Wash Houses, 10am-1pm
Students presenting work-in-progress from Cass Fine Art courses.
Visual Communication: The Wash Houses, 10am-1pm; Interiors: The Wash Houses 2-5pm
Students presenting work-in-progress from Cass Visual Communication and Cass Interiors courses.
Foundation: The Wash Houses, 2-5pm
Students presenting work-in-progress from Cass Foundation courses.
Postgraduate Architecture: The Wash Houses, 10am-5pm; Theatre and Performance: Calcutta House Annex, 2-5pm
Students presenting work-in-progress from Cass Architecture - Postgraduate and Cass Theatre and Performance courses.
Undergraduate Architecture: The Wash Houses, 10am-5pm; 3D: The Wash Houses 2-5pm; Project Red: Goulston Street Atrium, 5pm
Students presenting work-in-progress from Cass Architecture - Undergraduate and Cass 3D courses.
Catwalk Show: The Atrium Goulston Street, at 4.55pm
Project RED is an annual live catwalk show from the Fashion BA course at The Cass, and is held in the Atrium at Goulston Street.