Green Week Event Series (Students and Staff Only)

Green Week poster

09 Feb - 13 Feb 2015

Showcases – All Week
Small Change
Foundation FAD
GD Floor – Granary Building Foyer

More sustainable designs for products sold at affordable prices making a ‘small change’ to the environment.

Once Fired
BA Ceramic Design
1st Floor – D1 Corridor

An examination of the craft practice of once firing or ‘raw glazing’ as a ceramic design and environmental opportunity.
The Future of Urban Resilience: Community Responses to Climate Change
Animation reels on college screens

A collaboration between MA Narrative Environments, CSM and Arup Foresight + Research + Innovation.
Radical Fashion. The Art of Sustainability
GD Floor – Granary Building Foyer A002
BA Fashion Design with Marketing and Fashion Journalism collaboration.
Ethical Fashion
GD Floor – Granary Building Foyer A002
BA Fashion Knitwear, Print and Communication and Promotion Collaboration.
BA Jewellery/Giles Last supported by CLTAD
1st Floor – D1 Corridor
Investigating the potential for new materials and jewellery.

Spatial Practices Making Week
Cross course and cross stage BAA:SO/M.Arch/MAA:CI
The Street, 3D small, 3D large workshops & Spatial Practices studios
Hands on design and making of 1:1 scale structures and objects from recycled or easily reusable materials for Contested Spaces, Cally Fest and Camden Council stand at Eco-build.
Monday 9 February
From 18:00

CSM Printcenter Archway
Green Week Screening
Two short films: ‘Urban Roots’ (2011) and ‘Goodbye Mrs. Antt’ (1992)
Tuesday 10 February
11:30 – 15:30
1st Floor – Middle Bridge
Restart Repair Party
Fixing our relationship with technology.
Bring along any small electrical or electronic product that you want to repair – the experts will guide you through.
Wednesday 11 February
Meet at 15:30
LCF – John Price Street Reception
A visit to LCF Urban Beekeeping
Email to join the group
Thursday 12 February
10:00 – 14:30
1st Floor – D1 Corridor
Life and Death Toolkit
Shibboleth Shechter. Try out this card toolkit on your current project to see how you can make it more sustainable.
Thursday 12 and Friday 13 February
10:30 – 17:00
GD Floor – Lethaby Gallery, Corner Window
Small Green Things
Prof. Rob Kesseler guides hands-on investigation through a microscope in the Lethaby Gallery alongside the Lens on Life exhibition. Bring in anything ‘green’ you’re curious about.
Friday 13 February
11:00 – 16:00
1st Floor – D1 Corridor
Fixing Fashion. Repair is the New Black.
Bridget Harvey. Experiment with mending your clothes and other textiles, customising them and fixing damage through patching, darning and adding new buttons. Bring in anything you want to repair with a difference.
Monday 9 February
12:30 – 14:00
GD Floor – E002 Lecture Theatre
Creative Conscience Awards Opening Briefing
Chrissy Levett from Illumination
Open briefing for anyone interested or considering entering their work for these awards
Tuesday 10 February
18:00 – 20:00
Designer Profile Lecture
Diana Simpson Hernandez
Trash Surface Bureau
Thursday 12 February
18:00 – 20:00
GD Floor – E002 Lecture Theatre
Radical Cities
Justin McGuirk. Across Latin America in search of new architecture.
Spatial practices lecture.
Green Week full detailed programme.