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Degree Shows 2018

Here, we share a glimpse into the shows and how, from fine art to culture and enterprise, fashion, product design, photography and beyond, our students of 2018 are enacting real productive and visual change.

“A key role of an art and design college is to nurture, empower and enable the emergent work of its students. Hence the tag line of this year’s shows – #CSMemerge and the identity of a fluid, fluctuating form that is affected by external influences, bristling with an energy that extends far beyond the walls of the College. This year, more than ever, our students have opened up to the outside world: reacting to, commenting on, reframing and redrawing the multiple forces to which they have been exposed.”

– Jeremy Till, Head of Central Saint Martins

Carianne Annan - BA Fine Art
Sanghoon Lee - BA Performance Design and Practice
Niloofar Taatizadeh - MA Photography
Matthew Brown - M ARCH: Architecture

Interviews, profiles and more

  • MullenLowe NOVA Awards 2018 winners announced

    We are delighted to announce the winners of this year’s MullenLowe NOVA Awards. We believe this is the most strong and diverse year of the NOVA Awards. Do I say […]

  • Show Two: Designing an Interactive Identity

    This year, our Degree Show design identity was produced by a group of five BA Graphic Communication Design students: Daragh Andersøn, Chris Baker, Ben Chan, Malone Chen and Kendall Slade. […]

  • Show Two: Ingūna Ziemele

    With Degree Show season behind us, we reflect on our graduating student’s final projects and the inspirations behind them. “Some know me as Ingūna Ziemele, many as Inga. I am […]

  • Take Five: Momo Hassan-Odukale

    With Degree Show season now behind us, we continue to take a look at our students’ final projects and the inspirations behind them. In her dissertation, BA Fashion Communication: Fashion […]

Degree Show 2018 identity

Flick through our 2018 degree show stories gathered together into one publication [10.6MB].

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