The Cass: Hands on

The Aram Gallery

flockOmania 3 created by jewellery artist Zoe Robertson with Sellotape Cinema, Natalie Garrett Brown and Amy Voris

I feel rather privileged to be invited to exhibit 2 pieces of work from my current collection flockOmania as an Alumni of Sir John Cass in a forthcoming exhibition titled ‘The Cass: Hands on’ at The Aram Gallery during August 2016

Nicknamed the ‘Aldgate Bauhaus’, The Cass (The Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan University) has been part of the creative landscape of east London for over 100 years. As the faculty prepares to leave Aldgate and relocate to the University’s new Islington campus, The Aram Gallery hosts an exhibition celebrating its successes and enduring legacy.

As part of the gallery’s ongoing interest in process, The Cass: Hands On will show new and experimental design at the roots, using this versatile school and its history as the focus.

Work by a range of students, alumni and staff will represent the wide variety of courses on offer, including jewellery, silversmithing, furniture upholstery, and musical-instrument making. Alongside finished products, the exhibition will also reflect the Cass’s dedication to making within its teaching philosophy. A display of hand tools and a wall of experimental ceramic studies will give a taste of the school’s workshop atmosphere.

The exhibition also anticipates the future of the Cass, with its latest generation of graduating designers included in the mix.


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When + Where

4th August  – 3rd September 2016

The Aram Gallery

110 Drury Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2B 5SG, UK

+44 (0207 557 7526)

For more information please visit The Aram Gallery

final invite

About – The Aram Gallery

The Aram Gallery is an independently curated space that encourages and promotes understanding of contemporary design.

The gallery was established in 2002 by founding curator Daniel Charny and Director Zeev Aram. Since then it has built up a strong presence and achieves increasing international attention. Until 2015, the gallery was curated by Héloïse Parke.The main objective of the gallery is to provide a space where people can discover new ideas and be inspired.  “The doors are open and we welcome everybody who is interested in design to come and have a look.” Zeev Aram, Gallery Director.

 The Aram Gallery is one of the leading contemporary design galleries in London, and sits on the third floor of Aram Store in Covent Garden.

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