So, what is Reportage Photography anyway?

We are from the heart ©Kat Kotula

We chat to photographer and Central Saint Martins short course tutor Karl Grupe about the art of storytelling through photography and catch up with former students about the benefits the course has made to their own photographic creativity. From conceptual typologies to classical photo essays, the final projects presented by students on the Reportage Photography course… Continue reading So, what is Reportage Photography anyway?

Ceramics Short Course alumni Maria Gasparian wins MullenLowe Nova Award

Maria Gasparian with her Award Winning Colour Ceramic City

It’s been an interesting journey for Architect Maria Gasparian, who following an inspirational Short Course in Ceramics at Central Saint Martins, subsequently enrolled on an MA in Ceramic Design and graduated with distinction this summer.   Following this she won a MullenLowe Nova Award and Unilever Sustainability Award for her Colour Ceramic City, which aims to… Continue reading Ceramics Short Course alumni Maria Gasparian wins MullenLowe Nova Award

MA Fashion Graduates new exhibition ‘Separates’

Summer Term starts at Central Saint Martins Short Courses next week and coinciding with this is an amazing new exhibition at our Lethaby Gallery. Specially selected ‘separates’ from the collections of CSM’s 2016 MA Fashion graduates following the show at London Fashion Week in February will be on display until the 27 April. Following its… Continue reading MA Fashion Graduates new exhibition ‘Separates’

PPA Exposed! Final Exhibition

Students from the Professional Practice And Academic Portfolio Course (PPA) held their final exhibition earlier this month, with themes focusing on time, memory and family history, self-portraiture, fashion and performance, street portraits, appropriation and collage, repetition and taxonomy.  Speaking about the course, tutor Kathryn Faulkner said: The PPA is targeted at anyone who is passionate about… Continue reading PPA Exposed! Final Exhibition

100 years of graphic communication by women at Central Saint Martins

Morag Myerscough

Have you ever wondered who drew the first Paddington Bear or designed the first TFL Poster – look no further than 100 yrs of visual communication by women at CSM – an exhibition taking place at The Crossing Window Galleries of Central St Martins from the 16 February to 23 March 2016.

Reportage Photography Exhibition

© Marlene Beca

Reportage Photography tutor Karl Grupe, led his recent Autumn Term course students into a wonderful end of course Exhibition named Documents, allowing students to present and discuss their work with an audience.  Invited guests were presented with a series of personal photographic essays exploring the relationship between teen self-esteem and dress code, the hidden costs… Continue reading Reportage Photography Exhibition