MA Narrative Environments


Work in Progress Show

Work in Progress Show 2017 has been held at CSM and thanks to all who came to visit us! Our show was not just about our work, but also about our visitors’ feedback. A huge thank you to all our visiting critics, and well done second years. Fantastic discussion and debate at the Work In

Chaos at The Museum in Buenos Aires

We’re co-organising Chaos at the Museum: Infiltrating the Urban Fabric – Re-Envisioning Exhibition Design in Buenos Aires, 17–20 November 2016. Delegates from around the world will convene in Buenos Aires for four days of re-envisioning exhibition design, focusing specifically on the global trend to turn the museum “inside out”, extending museums beyond their walls into


Alum Radha Mistry is speaking at the Future of People launch at MIT Media Lab,  Saturday 3 December in Boston. Book a place to explore how science and technology impact the human body, mind, and society.    

The International Student Innovation Awards

Last week we saw the launch of London And Partners’ International Innovation Student Awards here at CSM. The flexible and fun exhibition structure was designed and built by recent Narrative Environments alum Tom Butler, Julie Howell, Lea Nagano and Ye Won Shim! London and Partners set up the International Student Innovation Award to shine a spotlight on

Brain Waves

CSM Brain Waves is open! Come down to see the work of MA Narrative Environments graduating students Nele Vos, Vilma Luostarinen and Julie Howell. At the heart of the King’s Cross design district, welcoming Design Junction as a neighbour, Brain Waves presents the work of CSM’s leading design graduates, exploring the varieties of design intelligence

Science inspires art

Narrative Environments’ alum Pamela Parker has a piece on show at the New York Hall of Science . Read more about the exhibition here. Open September 17th to February 26th 2016.

London Design Festival at Oxo Tower Wharf

MA Narrative Environments grads Mamiko Yamasaki, Lea Nagano and Ye Won Shim have been selected by Designersblock to show their graduation projects at ‘Under Development’! Go and take a look at the exhibition, part of London Design Festival at Oxo Tower Wharf, 21–25 September. Designersblock showcase ‘Under Development’ is built around the 17 UN Sustainable

Fire! Fire!

Fire! Fire! at Museum of London with exhibition design by Narrative Environments tutor Ingrid Hu, event by alum Tom Butler and placement assistance from first years Nozomi and Geet! Discover London before, during and after the Great Fire of 1666 in an interactive exhibition marking the 350th anniversary of this infamous disaster. First years Nozmoi

Summer placements 2016

Narrative Environment’s first years students are on summer placements all over the world, here is a sneak peek into this summer’s placements… Nozomi and Geet have been working with Artichoke on Great Fire 350, a season of events marking the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London. Here they are with American artist David

SEEING at Science Gallery Dublin

Narrative Environments alum and second year tutor Claire Healy is the Exhibition Designer for SEEING at the Science Galley, Dublin, running 24.06.16-25.09.16. SEEING is a temporary exhibition aimed at 15-25 year olds that ran through the Summer of 2016 and welcomed 130,000 visitors to The Science Gallery, Dublin. Visitors to SEEING experience a range of

Degree Show 2016 Events

Join us for our daily programme of student-led events! Free, public, all welcome!

Google Poetrics

Poetrics is the result of a competition run in partnership between Google and Central Saint Martins to create an “interactive experience for the Kings Cross community”. Poetrics was designed by MA Narrative Environments students Laura Ventura Ricart, Yunqi Cai and Emily Kimura. Poetrics is an interactive art installation that turns random words into poetry that then