The third edition of the annual yearbook celebrating the diverse world of The Cass is now available.
Date: 4 July 2017
The Cass Session 2016-17, the third annual yearbook produced by the School, celebrates the life, culture and achievements of students and staff from The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design at London Metropolitan University over the last academic year.
Opening with a foreword from Andy Stone, Head of The Cass, the yearbook reflects on the achievements of both students and staff in a year which has seen a number of developments and changes for the school.
With additional insight from the leaders of each subject area and studio, The Cass Session 2016-17 features over 700 images from studios and units across all of the School's disciplines and highlights the wider life at The Cass, including the work by Cass Projects, Cass Culture, Cass Short Courses and Cass Works, as well as sections reflecting on student experience while studying at The Cass.
The yearbook also contains highlights from The Cass’ vast calendar of exhibitions, talks, lectures, screenings and events.
Michael Upton, who co-edited the yearbook with Andy Stone, said: “We embarked with the intention of producing a slimmer volume this year but the scale and quality of our students’ work defeated us. I would like to thank staff from the Cass and the University’s marketing team who contributed to the yearbook. It really is our best yet.”
The yearbook was designed by Moot Design, with production from Dawn Fernandez, Miguel Ferrer and Alan Ward from London Met’s marketing team.