Events

MA Communication Design Degree Show

21 - 25 June 2017
Lethaby Gallery,
Central Saint Martins
Granary Square,
Kings Cross



Workshops:


Wednesday 21 June

9:30-12:00 pm, Neasa Terry
Performance of As Above, So Below at the Press Breakfast
A performance using landscape, sound and gesture, reflecting on the subterranean mining landscape of the southern Welsh Valleys.

12:00-1:00 pm, Yasmina Aoun
Zine Design
Where are you from? Where do you live? Do you ever wish something was different? Using found images from books and magazines along with recycled papers, create an interpretation of a dreamlike and surreal scenario to document a collective experience in the form of a zine.


2:00-3:00 pm, Mina Barcelo Chine
Analogue Glitches
Inspired by the premise of Hoffman's Tomcat Murr, join a hands-on workshop exploring different glitches, misprints and tragedies. Take your print home and contribute it to the Gallery of Analogue Glitches.


4:00-5:00 pm, Ruiyang Ma
Six: Polydactyly Experiences
What does it feel like to live with six fingers?
Come and experience a hands-on workshop in which you will have the opportunity to interact with student Ruiyang's finger sculptures.


Thursday 22 June

12:00-1:00 pm, Kathryn Basterfield
Uncreative Poetry
Based on the writings of Kenneth Goldsmith, come and create poetry that merges the language of current affairs with performance.


2:00-3:00 pm, Catalina Velásquez González
Pattern as Identity
How could you recreate your identity based on what you are given? Explore the different techniques of creating modules that act as a momentary fingerprint and apply them on repeated patterns.


4:00-5:00 pm, Léa Houdayer and Emma King
Collective Reading and Writing
Join us to think about post-digital reading and writing as we create a collective definition of communication design by reading and writing about our exhibitions in the Lethaby Gallery.


Friday 23 June

12:00-1:00 pm, Nia Hefe Filiogianni
The Feminist Creative
Be inspired by historic events involving women's bodies and express this through sign making. Join a fully hands-on workshop to create powerful messages. Have your voice heard!


2:00-6:00 pm, Alice Duranti
Visual Dissent through Linocut and Woodcut
Express your thoughts and opinions on social struggle by producing graphic responses. Learn some simple linocut and woodcut printmaking techniques and enjoy a few hours of creative making. No previous experience required!


6:30-7:30 pm, Mairi Brascoupé
Traditional Indigenous Beading
Explore expressions of your personal identity by learning to make beaded patches using traditional Indigenous techniques.


Saturday 24 June

12:00-1:00 pm, Christina Jingyi Fan
Sign Sticker Making
‘What is proper behaviour?’ Join a discussion on what proper behaviour means. Share your own version of ‘proper behaviour’ and be creative to make your sign stickers!


3:00-4:00 pm, Peggy Wang
The Brainiest
Come together to play games developed as an example of cognitive stimulation, used to keep the brain active and prevent or slow down the development of Alzheimer's.


5:00-6:00 pm, Sarah von Buren
Experience Effects Of Mono And Stereo Vision
In this workshop you will find out first-hand which is your dominant eye, how accurate your depth perception is and how image fusion works. We will also examine how to view magic eyes and random dot stereograms in free fusion.


Sunday 25 June

12:00-2:00 pm, Mio Yokota
Making Letters : Printmaking and Bookbinding
Learn how to make letters by arranging simple lino block shapes to make your own notebooks.


3:00-6:00 pm, Vera Schmid
Screen Printing Communication Codes
Try an analogue printing technique and get inky! Learn how to screen print as a method of communication, based on analogue and digital communication codes.