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CSM Stories | Decolonising the Japanese woodblock print collection: interview with Koyuri Sato

MA Culture, Criticism and Curation graduate Koyuri Sato took on a project to decolonise the catalogue descriptions and supporting information for the Japanese woodblock theatre print collection held by CSM Museum and Study Collection

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CSM Stories | Heterotopias: reimagining the CSM Museum & Study Collection through the lens of spatial design

This exhibition and project between Architecture and Spatial Design Foundation students and the CSM Museum & Study Collection used object-based learning to inspire new spatial responses to diverse graduate acquisitions, from imagining Carnaby Street as a destination for Black history education, to celebrating cultural identities in domestic and shared spaces

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CSM Stories | The Class of 2023: Graduate Award

To mark this year’s prestigious award, Curriculum Development Curator, Dayna Tohidi, spoke with the Head of Museum, selection panel members, and award winners, about the significance of the accolade, the process of selecting works for shortlist, and its meaningful impact on graduates

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gal–dem Magazine | How one community in Ghana is bearing the burden of the UK’s clothing waste crisis

gal-dem investigates how the UK’s voracious consumption of fast fashion is threatening Ghana's second-hand trade, people and environment

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PLASTER Magazine | Less talk, more action

A year has passed since the murder of George Floyd. Now, Plaster investigates if the fashion industry has delivered on the promises it made regarding diversity

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PLASTER Magazine | My life, my choice

 

Plaster asks two rising London-based creatives from the Muslim Bengali and Sierra Leonean diaspora about their unorthodox career aspirations’ and if their parents’ are supportive

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Central Saint Martins, UAL |  Hanging by a thread

For better and for worse, the coronavirus pandemic has had a seismic impact on the orders placed with British clothing factories since its outbreak in December 2019. Will the EU-UK Trade Agreement and rising demand for ethically manufactured clothing help to prevent the apocalypse of the country's garment manufacturing sector? 

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