What's on at Central Saint Martins
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the Central Saint Martins King's Cross and Archway buildings are now closed and all public events have been cancelled. Students should visit our Coronavirus page for the latest updates, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries.
As well as Open days for new students, Central Saint Martins hosts a range of events all year round for the University, College and general public.
The Lethaby Gallery and Window Galleries showcase a variety of exhibitions which feature our students, staff and alumni. We also regularly programme performances, talks, symposiums and workshops in our Platform Theatre and LVMH Lecture Theatre. You can browse our past events in our Event Archive.
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Central Saint Martins Graduate Showcase 2020
"What we are already witnessing is how the students have adapted to the new conditions with remarkable agility and resilience, producing exactly the sort of work that will be needed in the face of the world that we are all now encountering.”
– Jeremy Till, Head of Central Saint Martins, Pro Vice-Chancellor University of the Arts London
BA Fashion: Sandra Poulson
As our final-year BA Fashion students share their work with the world, we speak to Sandra Poulson (BA Fashion: Fashion Print) about her final project exploring coloniality and archives.
BA Fashion: Esme Woodruff
As our final-year BA Fashion students share their work with the world, we speak to Esme Woodruff (BA Fashion: Fashion Design Womenswear) about real and digital space and designing for the "in-between".
BA Fashion: Gabriel Blatterspiel
As our final-year BA Fashion students share their work with the world, we speak to Gabriel Blatterspiel (BA Fashion: Fashion Design with Marketing) about the "anti-inspiration" he found in his hometown.
BA Fashion: Gus Langford
As our final-year BA Fashion students share their work with the world, we speak to Gus Langford (BA Fashion: Fashion Print) about his project English Shame.