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Tag Archives: Central St Martins
As part of the Expanded Boundaries/Restless Futures series, Central St Martin’s hosts a panel discussion about King’s Cross this Saturday evening. The event runs from 5 to 7pm at The Crossing, Granary Building, 1 Granary Square and places need to … Continue reading
The Candinsky is a local street artist, I’ve been a fan of his work for a while. He writes: I studied at Central Saint Martin’s (now based at Granary Square in King’s Cross) and I’m a part-time graffiti artist. These paintings are … Continue reading
Spotted this afternoon a small group of Central St Martin’s second year Architecture students as they completed and documented this rather stunning art installation on the theme ‘occupying space’. As I walked my foster dog Lad from east to … Continue reading
Granary Square is proving to be a fantastic success with the introduction of a wide open and fun space for all the family. You may even noticed local celebrity dog Pan playing with local children in the fountains there – … Continue reading
On the day that responsibility for taking care of our waterways was handed over from British waterways to the Canal River Trust two local St Martin’s College students prepared to launch the RubbishDuck – made out of 2000 plastic bottles all found in … Continue reading
Ok, so it doesn’t actually sing, or ring (she says showing her age – see below). But it does raise awareness about recycling plastic. It’s a lovely little tree at Thornhill Bridge Community Garden, on the western side of the … Continue reading