The Summer Exhibition of Work by The Schools of Art and Design at The Cass will take place at Central House from Wednesday 11th to Saturday 21st June.
Date: 21 May 2014
The Summer Exhibition of Work by The Schools of Art and Design at The Cass will take place at Central House from Wednesday 11th to Saturday 21st June, starting with a Private View on 10th June from 6pm to 9pm.
Disciplines represented will include Animation, Film, Fine Art, Furniture, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interiors, Music Technology, Musical Instruments, Photography, Product, Textile Design, Silversmithing and Jewellery.
The School of Architecture Show will then run from Friday 27th June to Sunday 6th July, with the Private View taking place on Thursday 26th June from 6.30pm to 9.30pm.
Three exhibitions will continue throughout the entire show period from the 10th June to the 6th July. In the Bank Gallery there will be a curated showcase of the best work from across all areas of The Faculty, including prize winners, competition successes and high-achieving students. Cross school work from the studios in our Interiors cluster (BA Interior Design and BA Interior Architecture and Design) will be exhibited on the 3rd floor. And selected work from Foundation Years in both Art and Design and Architecture and Interior Design will also be displayed for the duration of the shows.
In advance of the main shows at Central House, there will be separate exhibition of work from the Foundation Year (Extended Degree Art, Media and Design) in the Bank Gallery at Central House from the 29th May to the 2nd June. There will also be a host of other events over the period including a business forum, FE College staff day and student awards ceremonies.
On Saturday the 14th June, prospective students will be able to attend a University Open event which will include tours for Art, Design and Architecture applicants to Central House. Book Here
Work by exhibiting students is available on an online catalogue here.
The image selected for Invitations to the show is by Dan Cates, a student on BA (Hons) Fine Art (Photography). You can read more about his project here.
- Art and Design: 11-21 June ( PV 10 June)
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