Taking ‘make it happen’ as the rallying cry for 2015, International Women’s Day “represents an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of women while calling for greater equality, encouraging effective action for advancing and […]
During this year’s Green Week, a panel of experts spoke on art, design and campaigning in order to kick-start LCC’s Games for Change and X Challenge practical workshops. BA (Hons) Journalism student Ella Jukwey reports. When we think about activism, we usually think about protests and boycotting. We rarely think that activism can have a creative […]
From 16-20 March, the Strangelove festival is bringing moving image to spaces throughout Central Saint Martins. In every programme – from Graphics to Fashion to Fine Art – moving image plays an important role. The College asked artist Terry Smith and curator David Gryn to help develop a film and video festival that brought students, staff […]
David Kershaw, CEO, M&C Saatchi, visited LCC recently to talk to students on the BA (Hons) Design Cultures course studying the Contextual and Theoretical Studies – Creative Industries unit. LCC Associate Lecturer Maureen Salmon MA FRSA reports on a fascinating lecture on advertising agencies and leadership. David Kershaw was educated at Bedales School and Durham […]
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As part of the Strangelove moving image festival, our Museum and Study Collection will be celebrating its links to the silver screen. The exhibition German Film Posters: 1918-1922 will showcase the Museum’s silent film posters in our window galleries from 16 March to 10 April. The posters shed light on developments in graphic design, but […]