Cass Interiors students exhibit as part of the Interior Educators (IE) Summer Show at the Old Truman Brewery.
Date: 09 July 2019
Students on Interior Design BA, Interior Architecture and Design BA and Interior Design and Decoration BA courses at The Cass will exhibit the best of their work as part of the Interior Educators Summer Show 2019.
The IESS is the UK's largest and only collective exhibition of the best work produced by the 2019 graduates from national courses within Interior Architecture & Design.
The show opens with a private view event on the 11 July at the Truman Brewery on Brick Lane and to the general public on the 12 and 13 July.
About Interior Educators
Interior Educators (IE) is the national subject association for all interiors courses in the UK. It is the national authority on interior education and is an advocate for the promotion and recognition of excellence and intellectual rigour within the diverse range of courses in this country as a registered charity it is not-for-profit and from 2013 is also a registered Learned Society. In November 2018, The Cass hosted Inside The City, the third international IE conference.
Exhibiting students from The Cass:
Charlotte Ponting Will Turner
Billie Mae Ukairo
|Opening night||Thursday 11 July: 6pm to 10pm|
Friday 12 July: 12pm to 8pm, Awards Presentations (from 6pm)
Saturday 13 July: 10am to 5pm
|Location||The Old Truman Brewery
91 Brick Lane, London
|Follow The Cass||@TheCassArt|
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