Seven programmes were presented in Show Two, with disciplines stretching from design and fashion to drama and cultural enterprise. Whatever the material or process, you could find work challenging the world to be a better, bolder place.
Courses featured in Show Two:
Culture and Enterprise programme: BA Culture, Criticism and Curation, MA Innovation Management
Drama and Performance programme: BA Performance Design and Practice, MA Performance Design and Practice, MA Character Animation
Fashion programme: BA Fashion, BA Fashion Communication, Graduate Diploma in Fashion
Graphic Communication Design programme: BA Graphic Design, MA Communication Design
Jewellery and Textiles programme: BA Jewellery Design, BA Textile Design, MA Material Futures
Product, Ceramic & Industrial Design programme: BA Ceramic Design, BA Product Design, MA Design: (Ceramics); MA Design: (Furniture); MA Design: (Jewellery), MA Industrial Design
Spatial Practices programme: BA Architecture, MA Architecture, MA Narrative Environments
On the day, the magnitude of Show One or Show Two is clear to see. But what about the hard graft that takes place in the weeks and months before? We talked to the people who make the shows such a success. From communicating creative energy to ensuring the lights don’t fail – they had it covered:
Global creative communications network, MullenLowe Group was pleased to once again sponsor the Central Saint Martins Degree Shows. This year also marked the 6th year of the MullenLowe Nova Awards for Fresh Creative Talent – created exclusively in partnership with Central Saint Martins. The Nova Awards are now established as a major event in the Central Saint Martins year, celebrating the most exceptional work from across the College.