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Central Saint Martins

Show One: Art

22–26 May 2019 | Central Saint Martins
See the future taking shape #CSMtakingshape

Opening times

Wednesday to Friday: 12-8pm
​Saturday to Sunday: 12-6pm

Last entry: 30 mins before closing

Location: 1 Granary Square, King’s Cross, N1C 4AA not the Granary Square, N1 in Islington.
Transport + map: Find Us.
Access and mobility: please contact +44 (0)20 7514 7444.
Cloakroom: Unfortunately we do not have a cloakroom facility.

The show is free and open to the public, no need to book.

Some shows will be unsuitable for young children and most show spaces are not suitable for prams or buggies, where possible please use a sling. If you require pram or buggy storage during the open days, please ask at the main welcome desk upon arrival. Please avoid bringing suitcases, large bags and prams to the Private Views. Please note that bag searches will be in operation throughout.

There may be limited public access to individual show spaces on some evenings due to private events, please check if there is a specific area you would like to visit with the reception team:


Revealing the invisible

We join the dots on some of the work in Show One: Art by looking at artists who use data as a starting point to makes the invisible visible

Spectrum of colours
Melissa Hartley, BA Fine Art
Swirls of colour on a black backgrounf

MA Art and Science

Course page
Instagram @artsciencecsm
Twitter @artsciencecsm
Degree show website

A swathe of mutlicoloured material
Parnika Mittal
Kaleidoscope of colours and shapes
Grant Legassick, MA Photography

Art sales catalogue


Swathes of neon colours on a black background

RIFT Symposium

Saturday 25 May, 2–4pm

Join our graduating MA Art and Science students for an afternoon of presentations, discussion and performance crossing terrains of art and science.

A moon on a black background

In Progress

Saturday 25 May, 12.30–5pm

Presenting projects and performances by second year MRes Art: Theory and Philosophy and MRes Art: Moving Image students.

Please note, this event contains explicit sexual content not suitable for young people, there will be no admittance to persons under 18 years of age.

A diagram made up of circles. Diagrammatics is written in the middle of the diagram.


Sunday 26 May, 12.30–5pm

A day-symposium organised by the MRes Art: Theory and Philosophy course exploring the potential of diagrams for creating new concepts, experimentations, encounters and speculative fictions.

For the 9th consecutive year, global communications network MullenLowe Group is proud to sponsor the Central Saint Martins Degree Shows, supporting the next generation of creative stars.