MA Narrative Environments

Storyworlds

Campus of the Future – with ARUP Foresight

Rising automation, digital learning and changing student expectations coupled with demand for life long education are shaping how, where and what we learn.  – Arup Foresight.   Following a collaboration with MA NE students to visualise the future of higher education learning environments, Arup Foresight have published a Future Campus Report exploring the major trends shaping

Neighbourhood Number 9

What agencies do we need to engage with to ensure we are part of planning decisions rather than living as a consequence of them? Join Micro Museum curator (and CSM Spatial Practices tutor) Ruth Lang in conversation with Finn Williams (Common Office/GLA), Tom Coward (AOC Architecture), Suzanne O’Connell (The Decorators, also MA Narrative Environments alum)

Degree Show 2017

The MANE Degree Show is is finally here, and we are ready to celebrate a wide range of talents and creative superpowers. Just come and see for yourself. You’ll find us in The Crossing at the entrance to CSM. Look for the flags! We’re open to the public all week: Wednesday 21 to Friday 24

2nd Year student Sachiko Osawa presents Narrative Environments in Tokyo

Second year student Sachiko Osawa was invited to give a guest lecture at International Christian University, Tokyo Japan, where she graduated from in 2010. She was invited to speak for the students on the Cultural Studies course about Narrative Environments at CSM, and her current major project “Yami-ichi” – a non-monetary art auction. Sachiko was

Storyshapes 2016

In the Story Shape project MANE first year students explore the process and possibilities of ‘Narrative Environments’. The students will try to spark change through designing a sequence of events and spaces that, for an identified group of people, will Take them on an intellectual and emotional journey that changes their perception of a place

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

Island Board Walk

Head to the Isle of Dogs to explore Anna Lincoln’s Narrative Environments final year project, and join in the rediscovery of the Isle of Dogs heritage board walking-trail, first installed 20 years ago, now updated to feature unseen archive images and personal accounts of island life from the locals who tell it best. Read more about the