To launch the ‘making a living’ month, DESIGN/shift will be hosting an informal (drinks & nibbles) event to help to connect Cass students across disciplines.
Date: 5 February 2014
Being a creative means networking, collaborating, sharing approaches, taking risks and playing hard...
To launch the ‘making a living’ month, DESIGN/shift will be hosting an informal (drinks & nibbles) event to help to connect Cass students across disciplines. Be prepared to share ideas, connect and talk about yourself to other creatives.
Helping you to practice your ‘gift of the gab’, meet new contacts and play to your strengths, this event will also launch some exciting initiatives for the School of Design.
Join us to have a chance to win £100 in the prize draw! See you there!
Location: Commercial Road
Event: Showroom/Parker Gallery
Date: Tuesday 25 February 2014
Time: 4pm - 6pm
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