CSM Public – Art, Design and the Common Good

'NOT FOR SELF BUT FOR ALL' art installation of the upper floor of Five Pancras Square, facing into the square

‘NOT FOR SELF BUT FOR ALL’ art installation of the upper floor of Five Pancras Square, facing into the square. Image: Mark Titchner

14th January 2014

To celebrate the launch of CSM Public, Central Saint Martins invites you to a lively evening of debate and exhibitions exploring how art and design can be an agent for positive societal change.

Panel discussions
5.30 – 7pm (please arrive promptly, registration open from 5pm)
LVMH Theatre


Speakers include:

  • Faisal Abdu’Allah (Fine Artist)
  • Sarah Featherstone (Architect, Featherstone Young Associates)
  • Morag Myerscough (Designer, Studio Myerscough)
  • Alex Schady (Artist, Film-maker and Fine Art Programme Director)
  • Andrea Siodmok (Head of Policy Lab, the Cabinet Office)
  • José Miguel Sokoloff – President of  Global Creative Council, Mullen Lowe
  • Adam Thorpe (Professor Socially Responsive Design and Founder of Vexed Generation)


You will also be able to view our Window Galleries showing College projects on the themes of social innovation, placemaking and sustainability, and MA Interim shows in The Street.

This event coincides with Lumiere London, a free outdoor light festival taking place across London from 14 to 17 January. The festival begins in King’s Cross and will celebrate the area’s iconic spaces.

Find out more about CSM Public by visiting the dedicated webpage and book your free ticket here.

Central Saint Martins
Granary Building, 1 Granary Square, King’s Cross