From Dr Who's killer inflatable furniture to giant pretzels, meet Tom Coates (BA Fine Art) and the inspirations behind his own sculpture – a bathroom come to life! #CSMcome see it for yourself at Show One: Art, last day tomorrow! [ Arts.ac.uk Link ]
“The fun part of drawing is not exhibiting the drawing but in drawing itself”
Dejan Mrdja’s experimental installation uses drawing and sound to bring people together. See his piece come to life today and tomorrow at 4pm at Degree Show One: Art.
Visit our performance schedule to find out about this piece and many more taking place this weekend: [ Arts.ac.uk Link ]
Congratulations to the four graduating artists selected for the Show One shortlist of this year’s NOVA Awards, sponsored by MullenLowe Group!
They are Yixiao Shao (MA Photography) and her durational performance work; Matteo Valerio (MA Fine Art) for his textile, wood and metal pieces exploring the meaning of material; Hannah Scott (MA Art and Science) who uses sculpture and installation to... View details ⇨
'Hard Times: Shell Down De Street' is a collaboration between Central Saint Martins BA Fine Art XD students Levi Naidu-Mitchell and Adam Patterson. Their work incorporates a full-scale carnival experience via the creation of a Mas band, drawing on their respective West Indian heritages and using masquerade, costume, performance, dance and music.
CSM Students: London College of Fashion - Official are hosting a two day fashion and technology workshop open to all UAL: University of the Arts London students! Apply for your place here [ Fialondon.com Link ]
Last night, Show One: Art opened with a flurry of performances and provocations from our wonderful graduating students. Here, we share just a fraction of it.
Show One: Art is now open to the public, until Sunday, come and see it all for yourself!
Tonight we celebrate the start of Degree Show seasons with the Private View for Show One: Art. Head over to our Instagram (@csm_news) for a sneak peek at the show before it officially opens its doors tomorrow. #CSMcome
Hurrah for Lin Cheung of BA Jewellery Design as she's made the final twelve of the inaugural Woman's Hour Craft Prize run by BBC Radio 4's Women's Hour, Crafts Council UK and Victoria and Albert Museum. We're particularly enamoured with her beautiful but poignant brooch titled Delayed Reactions - Confused 2017
"You couldn’t encompass the entire Degree Show in one image, so if you can’t show everything then you have to show nothing" #CSMcome
The two Graphic Design students behind this year's Degree Show identity - Joe de Weijer and Lorna Searl - talk us through the conundrum of communicating something by showing nothing. [ Arts.ac.uk Link ]