The Cass news archive: February 2013
All news from the Cass during February 2013
Surface and Structure
Exhibition: Wed 20 Feb - Thu 7 Mar
BA Textile Design Level 4 Work-In-Progress Exhibition open now in the library
Michael Stubbs - Gallery Talk
Talk: Thursday 28 February 4pm
Mike Stubbs will give a gallery talk in 2 parts on THU 28 FEB from 4pm until 5.30 in the Cass Gallery
Power to the people
The Cass Lecturer collaborates with non-profit organisation People of the Sun in Malawi to empower local artisans.
The designer's craft
Talk, Public Lecture: 19 February 5.30pm
Why are the Design and Crafts worlds traditionally perceived as opposing each other? Lecture by Aidan Walker.
Hot Valve Leak
News, Exhibition: 13 to 23 February
Exhibition of paintings by The Cass alumnus and Honorary Graduate Vic Reeves.
Who loves the sun?
Exhibition: 14 - 28 February 2013
Display of the SunBloc project by our RIBA- award winning Heliomet Team, destined for Solar Decathlon China 2013.
Made in Hayes does Talking, Playing, Growing
The Cass came with tea and cake on Saturday afternoon to encourage talking, playing and growing at the Austin Estate.
Talk, Public lecture: Thursday, 21 February, 18:30
LOST IN TRANSLATION, a public lecture by Marie-José Van Hee.
News, Exhibition: 14 February 6.30pm-8.00pm
Join our RIBA award winning Heliomet Team to celebrate their successes with the SunBloc house, and hear about plans for the Solar Decathlon China 2013.
Talk, Public Lecture: 26th February 5.30pm
This Lecture by Colin Ball looks at our unconscious response to light.
Made in Hayes at the Austin Estate - Talk Play Grow
The Cass, Grow Heathrow and Hillingdon Play Association will be growing, playing and talking with residents at the Austin Estate about a proposed initiative to ‘Green’ the estate.
The Feminist Art Group presents a talk
Talk: Monday, 4 February at 6pm in CE4-10
Kimanthi Donkor hosted by Andrea Medjesi-Jones.
The Uncertain States First Tuesday Talk Presents
Talk: Tuesday, 5 February 2013, 7.30pm
'Alternative family album' by Spencer Rowell
Fans of Feminism
News, Exhibition: 16 to 23 February
A survey of contemporary feminist art featuring a selection of work from The Cass Feminist Society and friends.
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Being recognised for exceptional commitment to adult education
Oriana White, a mature student at London Metropolitan University, has been Highly Commended in the Festival of Learning, the biggest celebration of lifelong learning in England.
The Cass Session 4 is published
Latest yearbook celebrates student work and achievements in 2017-18 academic year.
Lumen Prize Success
Cass Fine Art alumna Nye Thompson longlisted for international award for artists using technology.
Graduate stories: Sarai Bibby
Sarai joined London Met as a mature student to study textiles and found herself along the way.
Work of Cass student chosen for front cover of Architects’ Journal
Industry bible select work of Ross Kirker for their students' special edition
Architects for Health Success
Two students from The Cass have won awards in the Architects for Health Student Design Awards 2018
Portrait of Britain Success
Portrait by Cass Fine Art graduate shortlisted in British Journal of Photography competition to capture the face of a changing nation.
Celebrating our 2018 summer graduates
Hundreds of graduates celebrated their achievements at the Barbican Centre on what is undoubtedly one of the biggest days of their lives.
Graduate stories: Terry Ffrench-Graham
Terry Ffrench-Graham joined London Met as a mature student to pursue his passion for photography.
Architecture student work showcased at Blueprint for the Future public exhibition
The Cass architecture students showcase their work at Blueprint for the Future event
Brick Lane Girl
Photograph by Cass photography Alumna is a highlight of the 250th Royal Academy Summer Exhibition curated by Grayson Perry
Cass alumnus wins prestigious Dulwich Pavilion competition
Yinka Ilori wins the Dulwich Pavilion competition organised by the London Festival of Architecture.
Improving social inclusion for London’s young people
London Met’s Widening Participation team work with young people across London and host a range of taster days to give tomorrow’s leaders a taste of university life.