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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 with any queries.
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What's on at Central Saint Martins

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.

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CANCELLED: Shed Talks: Visibility
17 March

CSM Foundation at Chelsea Physic Garden
6 March – 26 April

In collaboration with Architecture Education Declares, Shed Talks provides a forum for exchange of climate literacy across education and our built environment. In the first event of the series, they will explore the interconnected/overlapping networks of organisations that have been created as a response to the Climate Emergency. Read more about Shed Talks.

140 students from the Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, Three-Dimensional Design and Architecture area, recently embarked on a live project in collaboration with Chelsea Physic Garden. Responding to a project brief, students proposed site-specific spatial interventions, product designs, jewellery and fashion accessories. A selection of works, are currently on display in our Window Gallery.

Event stories

MA Fashion Show 2020

Last night, 21 graduating MA Fashion students unveiled their collections with two designers named the winners of the L’Oréal Professionnel Creative Award.

Big White Wall: Affirmations

BA Fine Art student Lewis Buttery has been selected for the annual Big White Wall project. With his winning work now installed in our Window Galleries, we spoke to him about his monumental words of affirmation.

Hacking Hearts

This fast-paced project saw postgraduate students from across disciplines hack the research of our two inaugural Scientists in Residence.