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Acts of Resistance
15 October- 9 NOvember
Solo exhibition at Vittoria Street Gallery in Birmingham by Cass Head of 3D Design Marianne Forrest
Cass alumnus wins London Festival of Architecture award
Cass alumnus Yinka Illori wins second London Festival of Architecture award.
Photography exhibition launches with packed Private View and career celebrations for Mick Williamson and David Hobson.
Cass graduate designs first ever Starbucks in Italy
Cass Alumna co-lead of the design team behind Starbucks's most ambitious project.
Graphic novel co-authored by The Cass foundation lecturer Luke Jones and architecture tutor Anna Mill will be published by Jonathan Cape.
A double celebration for the Accelerator
Hundreds of stakeholders gathered at the Accelerator to celebrate its 15th anniversary and unveil it’s newly refurbished ground floor space.
EXHIBITION: The Photo-Diaries of Mick Williamson
8 October - 1 November
Exhibition for Photomonth celebrating the work of leading photographer and long serving undergraduate course leader Mick Williamson.
Future Designer Success
Cass interiors graduate wins National Association of Shopfitters Design Partnership Award
Fielding Talk 2018
Leading designer/maker and Cass Reader in Metal Simone Ten Hompel to deliver annual Crafts Council lecture
21 September 2018
Cass Fine Art lecturer organises international conference exploring art, bands, DiY music and cultural identity
The Joy of Text
Cass Fine Art Professor Bob and Roberta Smith presents BBC Radio 4 programme exploring the relationship between text and art.
Experimental film by Cass photography course leader selected for IWM ( Imperial War Museum) Short Film Festival
September 6-30 2018
Cass lecturer Clare Qualmann's walking and art project takes her to New York for exhibition.
Venice Fellowship 2018
Recent Furniture and Product design graduate Ella Merriman reflects on her experience as a fellow at the Architecture Biennale this summer