The Exterminating Angel

Screening

 

Central Cinema: The Exterminating Angel 

 

All UAL staff and students welcome

8 March, 5pm | LVMH Lecture Theatre

 

Head to CSM every Tuesday for this weekly film club hosted by Moving Image students on the BAGD Course.

London/Paris: Inhabit

Exhibition

8 – 21 March | Foyer Space, CSM

 

London / Pairs: Inhabit is a collaborative project between Central Saint Martins and The Paris College of Art Foundation programmes resulting in dual international exhibitions showcasing work created. The exhibition will open in London next week before moving to Paris in April. Head to CSM News to find out about the winners of the Inhabit competition and the work on display.

 

Visit the event page for further information about the exhibition.

Spotlight 2016

Exhibition

22 February – 25 March

Window Galleries  

 

Building on the success of last year’s exhibition that showcased the work of 6 CSM PhD students, including an accompanying symposium, this exhibition will display the ongoing work of CSM Doctoral students that are integral to the College’s educational function, including events, seminars, exhibitions and publications.

 

 

Learn more

 

Research Fortnight at UAL

Presentations | Discussion | Workshops

Research Fortnight 2016

7 – 18 March, 5 – 7pm | across UAL

 

The annual UAL Research Fortnight returns for a two-week exploration of the richness of the University’s research activities, with events taking place across the University.

 

Open to all UAL staff and students, Research Fortnight highlights the diversity of research taking place across UAL and offers opportunities to learn more about what is happening in different subject areas.

‘Working with Kubrick: Research and the Archive’ 
Monday 7 March, 6.00 – 7.45pm | CSM Staff Club/LVMH E003
To celebrate the launch of this year’s Research Fortnight, UAL staff will discuss their approaches to working with the Kubrick archive, accompanied by a screening of his rarely seen documentary work.

 

Head to MyArts for the full list of events taking place.

 

Art and Science

Workshop

 MA Art and Science Workshops

 Saturday 12 March, 9.30am – 5pm | around Central Saint Martins

 

MA Art and Science are offering a range of creative workshops for adults and young people  – come along and get hands on with slime mould problem solving, microbial image making, nebula bottling, water mapping, microscopy inspired glass sculpting and chemigram making.

Events this week include:

Design For Food
From seed to dish: A food product’s journey  

Workshop

Tuesday 8 March, 4 – 6.30pm | Room A116 (Library Learning Zone)

 

As part of the Program Design For Food, initiated by Professor Lucy Orta (Chair of Art & the Environment), the Food Ethics Council will join us to run a workshop open to all current UAL students, to shed light on the complexities of the food system and the wide range of issues affected by, and related to, food.

Visit the event page to find out more about the event and how to register to attend.

METAPHONICA II

Performance: 

Friday 11 March, 7 – 11pm | The Street

 

Art schools have long been the breeding ground for the bands of the future and Metaphonica considers the relationship between contemporary art and musical excess. Following the tremendous success of last year’s experimental music event, Metaphonica II returns this week for a night of musical experimentation, noise, music, sound and silence.

Artists include: Russell Haswell | Circle Sky | Kero Kero Bonito | Amnesia Scanner

 Head to CSM News to read the interview with curator Dan White and visit the event page for the full line-up and to book your ticket.

Rockery – Dunhill and O’Brien

 

Exhibition

 

19th March – 30th April 2016

Private View 19th March 4 – 8pm

 

www.whiteconduitprojects.ac.uk

www.dunhillandobrien.co.uk

 

 

White Conduit Projects

1 White Conduit Street

London N1 9EL

44 (0) 775 448 6068

 

 

EVENTS DURING THE EXHIBITION

•   Thursday 14th April:  Talk on the history and context of ‘Fujizuka’, Tamiko O’Brien and Yoko Arisaka (to be confirmed)

•   Thursday 21st:  Artists’ Talk, Mark Dunhill and Tamiko O’Brien

•   Thursday 28th:  Closing Party with Rock Cakes and Drinks on the Rock

Press release available here

 

Opening Hours

Wed/ Thu 11am – 7pm

Fri 12pm – 8pm (Basement 7pm – 11pm)

Sat 12pm – 7pm

Sun 11am – 5pm

 

Find Us

1 White Conduit Street Islington London N1 9EL

+44 (0)20 7833 2591 +44 (0)775 448 6068

info@whiteconduitprojects.uk

 

White Conduit Projects opened in November 2014 showcasing Japanese artists and designers alongside British and International artists in a programme of innovative exhibitions across a variety of media.

 

 

 

A+: 100 yrs of visual communication by women at CSM

Exhibition

16 February – 23 March

Window Galleries

 

Celebrate a century of graphic design by female CSM staff and alumni at the Window Gallery’s latest exhibition curated by Ruth Sykes, GCD Associate Lecturer.  Featuring work from over 50 practitioners this is an exhibition aims to be part of the growing movement redressing gender representation in graphic design.

 

Leapfrog

Final Year PhD students and Early Career Researchers

The Leapfrog Team invite Early Career Researchers (ECRs) from across the Arts and Humanities to participate in a Summer School from the 5th – 7th July 2016 at The Institute of Design Innovation’s Highland Studio in Forres – a beautiful town in the North of Scotland.

Leapfrog is a 3 year research project funded by the AHRC as part of their Connected Communities programme. Led by ImaginationLancaster, in partnership with the Institute of Design Innovation at the Glasgow School of Art, Leapfrog is a close collaboration with public sector and communities partners in Lancashire and the Highlands and Islands to explore how we can design and evaluate more effective, inclusive and creative tools to engage with communities.

For more information on Leapfrog please see: http://leapfrog.tools

The Doctoral Platform at CSM offers PhD candidates the space in which to meet, share research, as well as co-ordinate, curate and participate in a variety of events.

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