The Cass news archive: December 2015
All news from the Cass during December 2015
Dialogues of Space
New exhibition at Korean Cultural Centre UK curated by students of Cass MA Curating the Contemporary taught in partnership with Whitechapel Gallery.
Film and Television Studies Senior Lecturer publishes in The Conversation US
Dr Karen McNally publishes article on Frank Sinatra in the US edition of The Conversation.
Cass film graduates form Kind Sir Productions
Film and Broadcast graduates David Chandler and Miguel Schertel come together to form Kind Sir Productions.
Laura Applegate wins the first Flyposting Commission with her imagined sketch of a future London.
Film Alumna vs Star Wars
Film alumna Colette Pacini works with Popsophia festival to create Star Wars themed festival trailer.
Dr Karen McNally talks Sinatra with Hollywood stars
Film lecturer appears in BBC Radio 2 documentary to commemorate Frank Sinatra centenary.
MUSARC Christmas Concert
Annual Christmas Concert by celebrated Cass Architectural Choir / Research Project sells out.
Ben Cain: Companions
Artist and The Cass lecturer commissioned to create new work for solo exhibition responding to permanent collection at Grundy Gallery in Blackpool.
Assemble, a collective which includes staff and alumni from The Cass' School of Architecture nominated for major art prize.
The Cass students add sparkle to Christmas illuminations
The Cass students projects unveiled at Holloway campus.
Day of making
Industry experts joined The Cass staff and students for a series of lectures on the skill of making.
Face Up Success
Cass Photography Auction on World Aids Day raises over £1,000 for Terrence Higgins Trust
The arts in a time of austerity
Wednesday, 9 December, 5pm
Part of London Metropolitan University UCU seminar series.
Gossip and Nonsense: artworks from the project
11-12 December 2015
Clare Qualmann and Dominic Hills exhibit artworks from Gossip and Nonsense: Excessive Language in Renaissance France inspired by Renaissance excess and verbal proliferation.
Home Works: ‘Abstraction and Familiarity’, Tony Fretton
The sixth in a series of lectures titled, "Home Works" co-curated by Robert Mull and Zoë Berman celebrating the work of tutors at The Cass.
Cass Music Showcase
2 December, 5-9pm
Cass Music and Fine Art students, in collaboration, showcase their inter-disciplinary work in The Parker Gallery.
IT IS PROBABLY BETTER TO START FROM ZERO #1.1 Georgia Spickett-Jones
IT IS PROBABLY BETTER TO START FROM ZERO is a long term curatorial and artistic project taking place in the Window Space, at The Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design.
Photography exhibition by Lewis Bush explores the effect of booming value of corporate and luxury residential property in London.