Faculti: Sustainable Design Strategy

Prof. Becky Earley

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Faculti aims to communicate the latest research news, publications and information in a way that is accessible and available to the wider public.  Film is their medium of choice, capturing research at the cutting edge of innovation by delivering insights from academics (more…)


Expanding Material Boundaries

Anne Marr and Rebecca Hoyes


Anne Marr & Rebecca Hoyes have been awarded a grant through CSM Internal Funding Support for Research. The scheme supports projects that respond to emerging themes of the College’s Restless Futures programme: Disruptive Technologies (more…)


Design & Make: CSM BA (Hons) Textile Design Interim Show 2014

Anne Marr

Virginia Durigon

Design & Make celebrates the specialist skills of 64 second year students and explores the three design directions: Fluctuation; Super Botanic; and A Place of Longing. (more…)


TEXTILE TOOLBOX Exhibition Launch



The TEXTILE TOOLBOX exhibition launches online on 13th November. It is a showcase of ten propositional design concepts inspired by Mistra research into the sustainability of the fashion and textile (more…)


PechaKucha Emerging Research


Miriam Ribul TFRC blog

Anne Marr, Miriam Ribul and Emmeline Childs will present their research in a symposium as part of the Transition: Re-thinking Textiles and Surfaces conference at The University of Huddersfield. (more…)


Transition: Rethinking Textiles and Surfaces

Prof. Becky Earley


Transition: Rethinking Textiles and Surfaces conference is due to take place on November 26th and 27th 2014 at University of Huddersfield. Both Rebecca Earley and Amy Congdon will represent TFRC at the conference. Rebecca attends as a keynote speaker, whilst Amy will present a paper (more…)


Debate: Technology vs. Craft

Prof. Becky Earley


Rebecca Earley is a panelist on New technologies are killing hand-made crafta debate which asks if there is still a place for teaching traditional craft in art and design higher education as preparation for employment in today’s creative industries. (more…)


Crafts Council Make:Shift

Amy Congdon


TFRC PhD researcher Amy Congdon will be taking part in the upcoming Crafts Council Make:Shift conference in London this November. Amy will be taking part in a discussion with Prof Lucy Di Silvio for the In Conversation section of the event. The pair will discuss (more…)


CCW PhD Open Evening



CCW Graduate School would like to invite prospective research degree applicants to an open evening to find out more about research degrees at Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Colleges of Art. (more…)