The Cass at New Designers
Exhibition / 29 Jun 2017 - 01 Jul 2017
Business Design Centre
Silversmiths and Jewellers from The CASS, London Metropolitan University are privileged to be hosting an exhibition at New Designers, ‘The UK’s most important exhibition for emerging design’. The show will be held from the 28th of June till the 1st of July, opening with the Private View on the 28th from 3pm to 6.30pm. The CASS’s stand, JC35, will showcase work from 11 graduates, each exploring a specific concept.
Artist listHarriet Brooks, Alun Evans, Julie Frankish, Susanna Gogarty, Maria Gower, Emily Jones, Roger Maaraoui, Ramona Niroomand, Callum Partridge, Archie Steele, Caroline Wellesley
About the Cass
The Cass at London Metropolitan University is internationally recognised for its high quality teaching, excellent facilities and unique interdisciplinary opportunities.
Learning through practice, playing with process and working with clients, students at The Cass gain real world experience in both individual and collaborative projects, engaging with professionals, communities and companies. There is a strong emphasis in our studios on socially engaged design applied to both local and global contexts, and many projects focus on London.
Our central London location also gives you easy access to the creative and cultural hub which surrounds the Aldgate campus. Our many specialist facilities include wood and metal workshops, laboratories, TV and recording studios, editing suites, darkrooms and Metropolitan Works, our digital manufacturing centre.
Many of our students have exhibited at major international exhibitions and festivals, and have won prestigious awards.
The School is divided into 'Casses' with groups of courses clustered under the broader umbrella of the school. CASS 3D consists of Jewellery & Silversmithing, Textiles and Fashion Courses as well as Furniture and Product.
"Cass 3D is a group of courses, but also a powerhouse for the understanding all three-dimensional design. It’s about the way people talk to each other through the objects they use, how objects can inform spaces and how people relate to each other." / Marianne Forrest, Head of Cass 3D.
About New Designers
New Designers is the most important design event in the UK ensuring the life cycle of the design industry continues and thrives. Entering its 32nd edition, the New Designers exhibition brings together design education, design consumers and the design industry to celebrate and recognise and the next generation of graduate designers.New Designers gives you the unmissable opportunity to buy new products for your store or home, get inspired by fresh ideas and discover new design talent to commission or recruit.
Each edition brings 3,000 of the most promising graduate talents from the UK’s leading design courses exhibit. The show features everything from illustration to animation, furniture to fashion, and gaming to glass and takes place at the Business Design Centre in London, the home of bringing business and design together. It provokes fresh thinking and kick-starts careers, providing a pipeline of young talent into one of the UK’s leading sectors.
Nowhere else is it possible to see such innovation and creativity across all disciplines, and the content is completely new every year.
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