Central Saint Martins
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Artists, archivists, scientists, historians and theorists collide for Annihilation Event, a week long collection of art projects and events currently open in the Lethaby Gallery.

Today in the gallery art and physics join forces as we welcome CERN's Michael Doser. Find out more and view the full schedule here: [ Arts.ac.uk Link ]

Annhilation Event Event Schedule - Central Saint Martins - UAL

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Performing Bretch’s celebrated Caucasian Chalk Circle, our BA Acting students return to the Platform Theatre for the annual spring production.

Running from 21 - 24 March, book your tickets today: [ Arts.ac.uk Link ]

BA Acting Production: Caucasian Chalk Circle

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The Week That Was: a Post-It moment to remember, Matty Bovan dresses Barbie, Beauty and the Beast, the Big White Wall & Paolozzi, CERN's physicists meets CSM's artists, political action across social borders and finally, the end of term!
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The Big White Wall has returned to The Street for the third year running with the winning proposal seeing BA Textile Design and MA CCC students collaborate to celebrate the work of Eduardo Paolozzi.

Tomorrow we open our doors for the public to see this epic installation, simply register here for your free ticket: [ Eventbrite.co.uk Link ]

The Big White Wall project is supported by CASS ART​...
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With Somehow You and I Collide, our postgraduate Art Programme interim show, opening this Friday, here is a sneak preview of some of the work that will be on display.

Showcasing the work of over 70 students in the first year of their course, be it MA Art and Science, Fine Art or Photography, this show is not to be missed. See the work at MangleE8 from 17 - 19 March: [ Arts.ac.uk Link ]
TheWeekThatWas: #Metaphonica lands, Fashion in Film Festival opens, the letters that make memorials, #IWD projects, Brexit and fashion, what it's like to work at BuzzFeed, Morag Myerscough & more [ Arts.ac.uk Link ]
Hurrah because the Fashion in Film festival opens today. Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, the theme for two weeks of screenings and talks is fashion, film and time. Here we take a quick look over the festival's future strand, or the history of the future, you might say:
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We’re busy transforming The Street into a music venue ahead of #Metaphonica III, an evening of art, politics and music that will see over 30 acts take to the stage with their songs of protest. If you haven’t bought your ticket yet, do not fear, the Box Office is currently open in our reception until 3.30pm.

Find out more here: [ Arts.ac.uk Link ]

Metaphonica III: songs of protest and resistance

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Today, in celebration of #InternationalWomensDay, we are launching Six Branch, a collaboration between BA Textile Design students and Palestinian embroidery collective Women in Hebron.

The first collection from the Six Branch project is currently on show in our Window Galleries and today the team are hosting an afternoon of talks with Nawal Slemiah and Sir Vincent Fean. Visit the event page...
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Six Branch: Crossing borders with stitches

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Yesterday our PDP and Foundation in Performance students explored the counterculture era through a promenade performance at the Royal Albert Hall. If you missed the show catch-up with this behind the scenes footage from our student Instagram takeover: [ Instagram.com Link ]
Metaphonica III returns this week with songs of protest and resistance. Here Dan White, BA Fine Art alum and curator of Metaphonica, discusses this year’s line-up and what we can expect from the show.

Taking place on Thursday 9 March head to event page to book your tickets: [ Arts.ac.uk Link ]
Off the shelf opens this weekend, in which staff and students of BA Jewellery Design display their work at Vitsoe as part of Munich Jewellery Week 2017. And another thing, the show includes work by wonderful Caroline Broadhead, programme leader for Jewellery & Textiles, who this week was awarded a Lifetime Achievement award by The Goldsmiths' Craft and Design Council!
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The Week That Was: Design for Dance, the politics of fashion, a lifetime achievement award for Caroline Broadhead, a question of copyright in a time of social media, a full set of Fundamentals debates and a sad farewell to Gustav Metzger.
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BA Textiles are having an exhibition/party tonight! And with an invite like this... how could you resist?

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Journey around the Royal Albert Hall's unseen spaces with our Performance Design and Practice and Foundation Studies in Performance students as they explore the transformative counterculture era in a unique promenade performance.

Under the Counter will take place on Monday 6 March, visit the event page to book your tickets: [ Arts.ac.uk Link ]
Help put art in the public realm by supporting 27metricubi, a public art installation and residency developed by MRes Art student Patrick Gastaldon: [ Indiegogo.com Link ]

If you're interested in the project, 27metricubi is also looking for artists to participate in the residency. Find out about how you can get involved here: [ Opentheart.org Link ]

27metricubi in London

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With this year’s Design for Dance starting tomorrow evening, we look back at some of last year’s amazing performances.

Running from 1 - 4 March, Design for Dance presents a
programme of original dance pieces by our BA Performance Design and Practice students in collaboration with Central School of Ballet, London Studio Centre and Rambert School.
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The Week That Was: Realities (virtual, augmented and alternative) collide at the Lethaby Gallery, Paolozzi at the Central School, the #fundamentals debates come to a close with Landscape and the global cucumber, and the @LVMH Prize shortlist
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Calling all illustration lovers, the annual BA Graphic Communication Design Illustration Work in Progress show opens next Tuesday, 28 February, at the Menier Gallery.

Pushing the conventional boundaries of illustration in both the analogue and digital world, the works on show will range from paintings to zines and animations. Find out more: [ Arts.ac.uk Link ]
Reality getting too much? Be transported to a virtual world or learn how to create your own, the Altered Realities event series has it all.

Running until 11 March at the Lethaby Gallery, all the events are free and open to the public. Find out more: [ Arts.ac.uk Link ] #AltReal