The looong awaited 2020 Central Saint Martins MA art programme degree show is FINALLY happening. To say the past year… Read More
Working through lockdowns, limited studio access, and life behind screens may have limited our ways. It certainly didn’t affect the… Read More
Shasha Cherkas is a Russian artist currently based in London. Upon graduating with an MA in Sculpture from the Royal College of Art last year, having previously completed her BA in Jewellery Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2018, she chose to forgo the offer of an online degree presentation as part of the RCA2020 virtual platform in favour of hope for a physical degree show at a later stage (as yet still uncertain).
SEE YOU TOMORROW presents a virtual open studio of MA Art and Science at Central Saint Martins.
This year students are mostly working from their home-studios. With tighter studio spaces they collaborate with co-habiting species, work with diverse responsive matter and make experiments in their living spaces. Giving full attention to their surroundings, each student’s work develops to explore variations of possible futures.
A new digital space The Art Vault launches this week with an inaugural exhibition series New Futures Digital in partnership with top UK fine art universities starting with a collaboration with Central Saint Martins curated by Mazzy-Mae Green and Greta Voeller
FAD managed to have a quick chat with the winners of the MullenLowe NOVA awards 2020 here we have Sandra Poulson from the BA Fashion Print course at Central Saint Martins who was the overall winner of the MullenLowe NOVA award plus the YourNOVA award voted for by the public.
FAD managed to have a quick chat with the winners of the MullenLowe NOVA awards 2020 here we have Joseph Standing from the MA Industrial Design course at Central Saint Martins
FAD managed to have a quick chat with the winners of the MullenLowe NOVA awards 2020 here we have Mathilde Rougier from the BA Fashion Design Womenswear course at Central Saint Martins
FAD managed to have a quick chat with the winners of the Mullenlowe NOVA awards 2020 first up we have Jahnavi Inniss from the BA Graphic Communication Design course at Central Saint Martins who won the Unilever #Unstereotype award.
For the first time ever the winners of the MullenLowe NOVA Awards were announced during a live online event. The Winner, Runners Up and recipient of the Unilever #Unstereotype Award were chosen by a panel of expert judges while the YourNOVA Award was chosen by a public vote. Sandra Poulson the overall winner was also the number one choice of the public.
MullenLowe Group has announced their continued sponsorship of the Central Saint Martins annual Degree Shows and presents the MullenLowe NOVA Awards for Fresh Creative Talent.
The next generation of creative talent from across UAL’s six world-leading colleges will be showcased in one, curated space for the first time in history.
See the work of over 70 Central Saint Martins postgraduate art students at Our Laughter will Drown Your Sorrows .
Our Laughter will Drown Your Sorrows showcases the work of over 70 Central Saint Martins postgraduate art students.
I am going to tell you a secret, ‘the best way to buy art from famous artists within a tight budget is by visiting a students charity auction.
Summer is nearly upon us and that means we get a chance to see degree shows by art students.
The first one of the year for me was at Central Saint Martins
Over the next few weeks we will be featuring interviews and Q & A’s with the shortlisted artists from the prestigious Catlin Art Prize 2014 up third is: Lara Morrell
ART EVENT : Panel discussion: Between & Across Disciplines: Art & Science in Higher Education, 7-9pm @GV_Art
Panel discussion: Between & Across Disciplines: Art & Science in Higher Education
This autumn, Somerset House, in partnership with the Isabella Blow Foundation and Central Saint Martins, will present Isabella Blow: Fashion Galore!, a major fashion exhibition celebrating the extraordinary life and wardrobe of the late British patron of fashion and art.
Design Studies is a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural MA programme Students are encouraged to challenge design conventions and reveal their alternative conclusions through a provocative exhibition.