Upcoming: Gallery Events 2016/17

2016/2017 Programme 

 

Craftsmanship Alone is Not Enough, Duncan Hooson
Craftsmanship Alone is Not Enough


17 Jan – 11 Feb 2017

Ceramics has been taught at Central Saint Martins for over 100 years. In 1919 Dora Billington instituted the first taught curriculum at the then Central School of Arts and Crafts, moving the subject on from previously taught classes in china painting and decoration to one of the most important courses in the country by 1955. Billington embraced the idea of industry and pushed against what she considered the “dilettantism” of her contemporaries such as Bernard Leach. This position, uniting art and industry, has framed ceramics at the College ever since. Craftsmanship Alone is Not Enough celebrates this rich history, demonstrating how the course continues its role as a leader in material and design education into the next 100 years.

 
ANNIHILATION EVENT

20 - 31 March 2017

When matter and antimatter come into contact, they annihilate – disappearing in an ash of energy, leaving traces, producing new artefacts and ideas. Annihilation Event invites a contrary group of artists, archivists, archaeologists, historians, technical experts and theorists from all over Europe to bring their objects, machines, speculative processes and performances together in a programme of public events and workshops. Sparks will fly. 

MA Fashion Show

11 – 25 Apr 2017

Presenting work specially selected from the collections of 2017’s graduates following their show at London Fashion Week, the exhibition gives visitors an introduction to the work of designers from a course with an outstanding international reputation. 

Degree Shows 2017

Show One 24 - 28 May 2017 | Show Two 21 - 25 Jun 2017

Every year we open our doors to share the boundary-pushing work of our graduating students. Show One presents Fine Art in all its glory from painting, photography and installation. Seven programmes are presented in Show Two, with disciplines stretching from design and fashion to drama and cultural enterprise.