Cass Session 5 is the fifth yearbook from we made the decision to remove the name of Sir John Cass from our Art, Architecture and Design School. The publication celebrates outstanding student work in the creative and intertwining disciplines of art, architecture and design within the School.
Please note, these publications were produced prior to June 2020 when we made the decision to remove the name of Sir John Cass from our Art, Architecture and Design School.
"I recognise and am proud that the School is known for its distinct, strong, socially engaged identity across all our subjects. The School name will change in consultation with our students, staff and alumni. The values, presence and energy we have established are present in more than a name and these will continue to be reaffirmed and to grow." Andy Stone – Head of the School of Art, Architecture and Design
Cass Session 4 is the fourth yearbook from The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design. The publication features images of student work within the context of the diverse range of art, architecture and design activities within the School and beyond.
The third yearbook from the University's creative hub, The Cass Session 2016–17 marks another hugely successful year for the School of Art, Architecture and Design.
This extensive publication features hundreds of images of work from students, as well as insight from the leaders of each subject area and studio.
The Cass Session 2015–16 celebrates the culmination of a successful year and the graduation of the first cohort of undergraduate students who began their journey at the birth of the School of Art, Architecture and Design, three years old at the time of the publication of this yearbook.
The School of Art, Architecture and Design (termed a faculty at the time of publication) records the work and successes of its students, and news from across the year in this 340 page book.
This is the first annual yearbook from the School of Art, Architecture and Design, embodying the life, culture and achievements of the School for the academic year 2014–15.
This 416 page book features over 1,000 images from across all the School's disciplines, interviews with key staff, new essays, and highlights from life at the School.