Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design

Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design
Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design
Museum and Contemporary Collection
Southampton Row
London
Greater London
WC1B 4AP
England

Website

www.csm.arts.ac.uk/degree-shows-2012

E-mail

info@csm.arts.ac.uk

Telephone

+44 (0)20 7514 7444

All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. Please remember to double check opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit.

It’s a very special year for Central Saint Martins, we’re showing work by graduating students for the first year under one roof at our new site – the Granary Building, King’s Cross. It’s a perfect opportunity to view the outstanding creative work while exploring our new home.

Venue Type:

Gallery

Opening hours

Friday, 15 June, 12—8pm
Saturday 16 June, 12—6pm
Monday 18 — Wednesday 20 June, 12—8pm
Thursday 21 June, 12—6pm
(last entry 30 minutes prior to closing time)

Admission charges

Admission Free

Getting there

Via public transport, the nearest station is King's Cross St Pancras Underground Station. Take the rear exit (signposted 'Regents Canal' exit) and head up Kings Boulevard (the gravel pathway) which leads directly to our building and takes approximately 5 minutes.

Please note that SatNavs and Google maps are not showing the correct location and may take you to Granary Square, Islington (also N1). A map of the area in Kings Cross can be found here: www.csm.arts.ac.uk/sites

The nearest postcode that is useful for Sat Nav is N1 0AX (our correct postcode N1C 4AA may not show), you need to head further up York Way for Central Saint Martins and take the left turning for Handyside Street, Gate 22 (opposite Copenhagen Street) and walk down the side of the building to the main entrance.

Additional info

Visitors with potential access issues please contact +44 (0)20 7514 7444.

Mission Statement of the Museum and Contemporary Collection, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design


The Museum and Contemporary Collection aims to:

·Highlight the importance of Central Saint Martins and its founding colleges by collecting, preserving and conserving outstanding work in all fields by former staff and students as well as other examples of arts and design work reflecting the broad range of subjects taught at the College;
·Promote awareness of the influence of the College in the development of art and design education from the time of the Teaching Examples Collection, founded at the Central School in 1896, to the present day;
·Creatively enhance collections-based learning both within the university and externally;
·Make collections as widely available as possible for study and research through the data-base and in-house study facilities;
·Regularly display collections in the Lethaby Gallery and public places in the College;
·Arrange touring exhibitions and facilitate loans from the Collection in the UK and overseas.


The Lethaby Gallery, Southampton Row

·Provides an important show - case for exhibitions and events that reflect and promote the creative and innovative art and design work of Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design.
·The gallery is committed to exhibiting work that is generated from within the College by is courses, staff and alumni.
·It will also exhibit externally generated projects where there are links with the work of the College.

Collection details

Architecture, Archives, Costume and Textiles, Decorative and Applied Art, Design, Fine Art, Performing Arts, Personalities, Photography

Getting there

Via public transport, the nearest station is King's Cross St Pancras Underground Station. Take the rear exit (signposted 'Regents Canal' exit) and head up Kings Boulevard (the gravel pathway) which leads directly to our building and takes approximately 5 minutes.

Please note that SatNavs and Google maps are not showing the correct location and may take you to Granary Square, Islington (also N1). A map of the area in Kings Cross can be found here: www.csm.arts.ac.uk/sites

The nearest postcode that is useful for Sat Nav is N1 0AX (our correct postcode N1C 4AA may not show), you need to head further up York Way for Central Saint Martins and take the left turning for Handyside Street, Gate 22 (opposite Copenhagen Street) and walk down the side of the building to the main entrance.

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