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Central Saint Martins SHOWS 2022

Art, Culture and Enterprise, Fashion, Graphic Communication Design, Jewellery, Textiles and Materials Performance Design and Practice, Product and Industrial Design, Spatial Practices . All Back together again.  Whether online or in real life, get ready to meet the creative energy of the graduating Central Saint Martins students.   

Central Saint Martins open their doors to celebrate the people and place that make up their community after two years without end-of-year shows at the College.  

Jeremy Till, Head of Central Saint Martins, Pro Vice-Chancellor UAL.

“I am excited to open the doors to our first physical showcase since 2019. Although the online showcase has grown in status in the intervening period, it is wonderful to regain the visceral thrill of coming together in a celebration of graduate work. 

“This year all our graduating, students across the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes are showing under one roof. This has meant some adjustments to the way that work is curated and displayed – a necessary shift in the post-pandemic world where values and systems are undergoing re-evaluation. 

“It is also, at a personal level, my final show after ten years as Head of Central Saint Martins. I know that I will ache with the loss of close connection to the intense energy and intelligence that this showcase displays, but at the same time will feel emphatically proud of being part of the extraordinary creative community that is Central Saint Martins. We are here to make a change; this showcase gives brilliant evidence as to how we are collectively doing it.”

Jose Miguel Sokoloff, CCO MullenLowe Group London

 “Art benefits everyone it touches and for the past decade my purpose has been to bring the brilliance of emerging talent to the forefront of the creative community. Our collaboration with Central Saint Martins has given us a fantastic opportunity to see the relationships we have with the world around us through the eyes of exceptionally talented creators. We’re privileged to be able to recognise their inventiveness while making a significant contribution to help them continue their creative path. 

“The breadth of creative thinking is as diverse as the mediums the students use, and to say the work is incredibly inspiring is an understatement. It’s important for me to share this work with a wider audience and make it accessible for everyone through our YourNOVA ‘People’s Choice’ initiative. It’s an honour to be able share the joy and wonder of unbridled creativity with the far corners of the world.”

This year’s show identity is designed by Three Gleave, Sahar Mangal, Georgina Pratt and Yume Watanabe, third-year students from BA (Hons) Graphic Communication Design

Central Saint Martins Shows: IRL 16th-22nd Jun, 12 – 8pm 
Central Saint Martins Shows: URL Launching 14th June 
Explore our graduating students online and at your own pace from anywhere in the world.

Exhibiting courses:

BA Architecture
BA Ceramic Design
BA Culture, Criticism and Curation
BA Fashion
BA Fashion Communication
BA Fine Art
BA Graphic Communication Design
BA Jewellery Design
BA Performance: Design and Practice
BA Product and Industrial Design
BA Textile Design
MA Art and Science
MA Biodesign
MA Character Animation
MA Contemporary Photography; Practices and Philosophies
MA Design (Ceramic, Furniture, Jewellery)
MA Fine Art
MA Fine Art Digital
MRes Art
MA Graphic Communication Design
MA Industrial Design
MA Innovation Management
MA Material Futures
MA Narrative Environments
MA Performance: Design and Practice
M ARCH: Architecture

About Central Saint Martins, UAL

Across art, design, and performance the students and staff of Central Saint Martins create ideas, materials, and actions for a better future. Among our alumni shaping the world through creative action are Campbell Addy, Francesca Amfitheatrof, Ashton Attzs, Jenny Beavan, Grace Wales Bonner, Osei Bonsu, Matty Bovan, Es Devlin, Isamaya Ffrench, Craig Green, Mona Hatoum, Isaac Julien, Kim Jones, Ib Kamara, Reiko Kaneko, Afroditi Krassa, Rene Mati?, Stella McCartney, M.I.A., Morag Myerscough, Saul Nash, Sandy Powell, Heather Phillipson, Harris Reed, Simone Rocha, Zineb Sedira, Raqib Shaw, Yinka Shonibare, PC Williams and Joe Wright. 

Central Saint Martins is part of University of the Arts London (UAL), an international centre for innovative teaching and research in arts, design, fashion, communication, and the performing arts. The University is made up of six Colleges: Camberwell College of Arts, Central Saint Martins, Chelsea College of Arts, London College of Communication, London College of Fashion and Wimbledon College of Arts. 

For further information – www.arts.ac.uk/csm

About the MullenLowe NOVA Awards

For the past decade, MullenLowe Group’s enduring mission has been to bring emerging artists to the forefront of culture while providing a catalyst for their creative careers. Our collaborative partnership with leading art, design and performance college Central Saint Martins has become an influential event in our industry’s cultural agenda and beyond. This year, in addition to sponsoring Central Saint Martin’s annual shows, we will once again present the MullenLowe NOVA Awards for Fresh Creative Talent.  From1,300 graduating students, just five MullenLowe NOVA Awards are given to those whose work represents our mission.

Alongside the main prize there is a people’s choice award, YourNOVA, making this remarkable work fully accessible for people everywhere while garnering thousands of votes from audiences across the globe.

 Since 2011, this singular Arts & Culture programme has recognised and awarded exceptional work from creators that push the boundaries of creativity, innovation, and technology in response to the ever-changing world around us

For more information visit MullenLoweNOVA.com.

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