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The Cass Degree Show 2015

Exhibition  /  Schools Degree Show 2015  /  26 Jun 2015  -  04 Jul 2015
Published: 23.06.2015
Kiki Tang. Piece: Untitled, 2015. Enamel, gold plate, silver. Kiki Tang
Piece: Untitled, 2015
Enamel, gold plate, silver
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Intro
The annual event sees the studios of The Cass at Central House transformed into a vast gallery to display work by hundreds of graduating students. Disciplines represented will include Architecture (Undergraduate and Postgraduate), Fashion, Furniture, Jewellery and Silversmithing, Product and Textile Design.
The Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design (The Cass) at London Metropolitan University is proud to present it’s 2015 Summer Exhibition. For a month students from The Cass will showcase their final projects demonstrating three years of hard work.

The Cass Summer Shows will be presented in two parts. From 12-20 June, Summer Show Part 1 will display work from the Art, Film, Visual Communications and Music Courses and then, from 26 June - 4 July, the Architecture, Interiors and 3D Design courses will take their turn for Summer Show Part 2 transforming Central House into a vast gallery for a month.

Summer Show Part 2
Architecture students will exhibit their thoughts and processes through drawings and models reflecting work planned both in London, taking inspiration from their direct local surroundings, wider UK topography, designing for the Somerset Levels, exploring the primitive hut and experimental living abroad in Stockholm.
Presenting through sketches and models students from the Cass’s Interiors courses have designed projects for collaborative work/life spaces, tracked human’s spatial experience through interior design and looked at the design exchange between the community and its commercial inhabitants. 3D designers and makers from will exhibit their work, showing physical incarnations their design skill as well as displaying the practical making ability taught at the Cass. Jewellery & Silversmithing created objects while mudlarking on the banks of the river Thames. Furniture makers bring creations fresh from Milan, and Textile designers display huge varieties of print, weave and knit fabrics. First year courses BA Fashion Design and BA Product Design will make their debut with creations from the RED fashion show and Product Design’s Get Up and Go series, looking at improving items which assist your morning routine.

The Cass’s fashion students will also display a series of capes at the Whitechapel Gallery, created especially for their summer exhibition The Whitechapel Gallery’s Childrens Commission. They will be on show at the Aldgate East gallery from 23 June - 30 August.


About The Cass
The Cass is the Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan University. It is one of four faculties within the University. The Cass teaches about 2500 students at Foundation, Degree and Postgraduate level at two buildings in Aldgate. Subjects include Animation, Architecture, Film Production, Fine Art, Fashion, Furniture, Graphics, Illustration, Interior Design, Jewellery, Music Technology, Musical Instrument Making, Photography, Product Design and Textiles. The Faculty also offers 200 short and professional development courses. There is a strong emphasis across the studios on socially engaged Architecture, Art and Design applied to both local and global contexts, a Faculty-wide interest in making and many projects focus on aspects of London. Students at The Cass are encouraged to learn through practice, experiment with process and gain real-world experience in both individual and collaborative projects, engaging with professionals, communities and companies.

Remarks

Private view: 25th June 2015, from 6.30pm.

Open hours:
Monday – Friday, from 10am – 7pm
Saturday 27 June, from 10am – 6pm
Saturday 4 July, from 10am – 4pm
Sundays from 11am – 4pm
Kiki Tang. Ring: Winter Ring'Studio Alchemy, 2015. Kiki Tang
Ring: Winter Ring'Studio Alchemy, 2015
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Roxanne Reynolds. Brooch: Cairo Tiles, 2015. Roxanne Reynolds
Brooch: Cairo Tiles, 2015
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Caroline McNeill-Moss. Piece: Arabesque love token, 2015. Caroline McNeill-Moss
Piece: Arabesque love token, 2015
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Marcus Appleby. Piece: Ali Red, 2015. Marcus Appleby
Piece: Ali Red, 2015
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Maciek Szpicer. Piece: Nothing, 2015. Maciek Szpicer
Piece: Nothing, 2015
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Marguerite Chin. Piece: Crackling Rosie, 2015. Marguerite Chin
Piece: Crackling Rosie, 2015
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Kajsa Malmstrom. Earcuff: Sump, 2015. Kajsa Malmstrom
Earcuff: Sump, 2015
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Josephine Louisa Wood. Necklace: Teardrop, 2015. Josephine Louisa Wood
Necklace: Teardrop, 2015
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Jayne Fowler. Piece: 3.41, 2015. Jayne Fowler
Piece: 3.41, 2015
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Graham Stapleton. Piece: Kerenhapptic, 2015. Graham Stapleton
Piece: Kerenhapptic, 2015
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Alex O Neill. Piece: Untitled, 2015. Alex O Neill
Piece: Untitled, 2015
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Alex O Neill. Piece: Glasses, 2015. Alex O Neill
Piece: Glasses, 2015
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Chris Townsend. Piece: A Start and an End, 2015. Chris Townsend
Piece: A Start and an End, 2015
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Saski Van Der Colle. Piece: Green Studio, 2015. Saski Van Der Colle
Piece: Green Studio, 2015
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Saski Van Der Colle. Piece: Holding on- Letting Go, 2015. Saski Van Der Colle
Piece: Holding on- Letting Go, 2015
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