Tag Archives: Architecture Aldgate

Open House London Review

Did you visit any of buildings for Open House London weekend back in September? London truly has some unique and remarkable architecture, reflected in the growing popularity of this event. You can read a report all about it on the … Continue reading

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Artists’ Book Fairs and Symposium

Strange Perfume The LGBTQIA book Fair ‘Strange Perfume‘, which focuses mainly on artists’ books and printed matter, will be at the South London Gallery on 25th and 26th of May. There is a programme of events and stands from an … Continue reading

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Money Money Money

The new polymer £10 note featuring Jane Austen is to go into circulation on September the 14th, and the Bank of England Museum are commemorating the event with an exhibition exploring the literary connections of the bank. Aldgate library has … Continue reading

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Russian Revolution

2017 is the centenary of the Russian Revolution, and has seen numerous exhibitions and events commemorating this extraordinary period in history. “The Russian Revolution stretched from February to October 1917 (Julian calendar), and it was one of the most significant … Continue reading

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London Festival of Architecture

London Festival of Architecture is on throughout June, with hundreds of events and exhibitions on throughout the city, under the theme of ‘memory’. The Cass will be involved with several events, including  ‘Graffiti, Memory and the City’, a panel discussion … Continue reading

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videos and cassettes

If you prefer your library material pre-digital, why not check out these events: The Tiny Library at Peckham Pelican On 18th March the Tiny Library, ‘ a travelling exhibition space that uses repurposed audio cassette carry cases, to showcase and … Continue reading

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Art For Change

‘Protest art is avowedly activist, seeking to achieve a tangible political impact by mobilizing opinion against a powerful adversary. Protest art turns state propaganda on its head, creating a subversive counter to official iconography.’ (taken from 100 ideas that changed Art via Credo Reference on The … Continue reading

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Cass E-Resources Focus

                  CASS students – looking for information sources for CCS? The Library provides access to databases (online collections of information resources) that will help you find the material you need to research … Continue reading

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Zaha Hadid, Architect, born 31 October 1950; died 31 March 2016

                              Zaha Hadid, the first woman architect, in her own right, to be awarded the RIBA Gold Medal Commercial Road Library Book display in remembrance of … Continue reading

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Out of the Ordinary Exhibition

Exhibition 6th-28th February 2015 Out Of The Ordinary An exhibition award winning work by young Korean Architects curated by Hyungmin Pai The work of nine winners of the Korean Young Architect Awards, one of Korea’s most coveted awards, will be on … Continue reading

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