CAS, Sir John Cass Faculty, LMET

CAS, Sir John Cass Faculty, LMET

Welcome to the Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design - CASS

Welcome to the Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design - CASS

Welcome to the Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design - CASS

Welcome to the Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design - CASS

Sir John Cass (1661-1718) was a merchant, politician and philanthropist. He served as an Alderman of the City of London and in 1711 was elected Sheriff. His charity – administered by the Sir John Cass Foundation - provided for the establishment of the Sir John Cass Technical Institute (later the Sir John Cass College). This is one of a number of copies of the original cast-lead statue of Cass (created by Roubiliac in 1751) that is currently situated in the foyer of LMU’s site on Commercial…

Sir John Cass (1661-1718) was a merchant, politician and philanthropist. He served as an Alderman of the City of London and in 1711 was elected Sheriff. His charity – administered by the Sir John Cass Foundation - provided for the establishment of the Sir John Cass Technical Institute (later the Sir John Cass College). This is one of a number of copies of the original cast-lead statue of Cass (created by Roubiliac in 1751) that is currently situated in the foyer of LMU’s site on Commercial…

Sir John Cass School

Sir John Cass School

LONDON TALES: SIR JOHN CASS - PART ONE: FIRST SCHOOL, FIRST DAY

LONDON TALES: SIR JOHN CASS - PART ONE: FIRST SCHOOL, FIRST DAY

Melissa Pender studied Fine Art at the Sir John Cass Department of Art, Media and Design, specialising in Printmaking. She was born in Melbourne, and currently lives and works in London.

Melissa Pender studied Fine Art at the Sir John Cass Department of Art, Media and Design, specialising in Printmaking. She was born in Melbourne, and currently lives and works in London.

Peta Bush has developed an idea that has long been needed -- attractive medicinal jewellery. She took the techniques of Eastern trigger point release therapy and adapted them to wearable art. Her jewellery is designed to put pressure on certain point of the body to help in pain & tension reduction without being clunky, ugly, or to utilitarian in aesthetic. her items are smooth, organic & attractive. (Sir John Cass School of Art Media and Design MA Degree Show 2010)

Peta Bush has developed an idea that has long been needed -- attractive medicinal jewellery. She took the techniques of Eastern trigger point release therapy and adapted them to wearable art. Her jewellery is designed to put pressure on certain point of the body to help in pain & tension reduction without being clunky, ugly, or to utilitarian in aesthetic. her items are smooth, organic & attractive. (Sir John Cass School of Art Media and Design MA Degree Show 2010)

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