Student Works

 Hardware Program by John McKeon
Live sound workshop

Music Technology (Audio Systems) 

 Raspberry Pie-Martenot Project by Stefano Montuori
Raspberry Pie-Martenot Project

Music Technology (Audio Systems) 

 Cass Music Showcase - Sound works by L. Mezza and T. Ingram
Showcase event-Parker Gallery

Music Technology (Music Production) 

 Recording session by Charles Walker
Recording session

Music Technology (Music Production) 

 Interactive Installation by Andrea Brown
Final Project-Interactive Installation

Music Technology (Sound for Media) 

 Interactive Installation by Karl Martin
Final Project-Interactive Installation

Music Technology (Sound for Media) 

 Jazz Bass by Charles Orme
2 Stratocasters

Musical Instruments 

 Bass guitar & Terz by Henry Devlin & Jonathan Smith
Bass guitar & Terz

Musical Instruments 

Cass Music

BSc (Hons) Music Technology (Audio Systems); BSc (Hons) Music Technology (Music Production); BSc (Hons) Music Technology (Sound for Media); BSc (Hons) Musical Instruments

“On the closing academic year 2015/16 we are working on the revision of our undergraduate provision in music, aiming to expand on the opportunities that both students and lecturers have to collaborate on the innovative application of knowledge and resources. The strong technological and interdisciplinary core of our activities is being restructured to allow for a much wider inclusion of participants across the University. This practice derives from the works here presented, and extends further to the creative use of technology in the conception of new projects.” Elaine Thomazi-Freitas, Head of Cass Music

Show One

Friday 10 June – Saturday 18 June

Private view: Thursday 9 June, 6.30-10pm

The exhibition will feature work from students taking undergraduate courses including Animation, Fashion, Film, Fine Art, Furniture, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interiors, Jewellery and Silversmithing, Music Technology, Musical Instruments, Photography, Product Design, and Textile Design.

Film and Animation students will screen their work at an event called Final Cuts 2016 at the British Film Institute (BFI) Southbank on 16 June from 2pm. The event is free but tickets are limited so booking is essential.

Additional shows

From 10 – 18 June 2016, students from our short and professional development courses will exhibit their upholstery work at our Commercial Road building. From 12 June – 2 July 2016, students from our four foundation/extended degree courses will exhibit their work in the Bank Gallery.

Exhibition details

Private view Thursday 9 June, 6.30pm
Dates Friday 10 – Saturday 18 June
Times Monday – Friday: 10am-7pm
Saturday 11 June: 10am-6pm
Saturday 18 June: 10am-4pm
Sunday: 11am-4pm
Venue The Cass, Central House, 4th floor
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Related Courses in Show 1

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