UNMUTE - Central Saint Martins | 1 - 4 July


UNMUTE presents and celebrates graduating student design work from Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, Product Ceramic and Industrial Design programme made during lockdown 2020-2021.

Through the materials, processes, and techniques of design, this showcase explores how PCID continues to create for positive impact.

It's an opportunity to meet and hire graduates, recruit interns and purchase or commission design. We will be on-hand to discuss creative collaborative possibilities with our academics and students. UNMUTE is the perfect place to learn more about our courses and gain inspiration and insight into the world through our graduates' eyes.

Graduates on show:
BA Ceramic Design, 2020 & 2021
BA Product and Industrial Design, 2020 & 2021
MA Design (Ceramics); MA Design (Furniture); MA Design (Jewellery), 2020 & 2021
MA Industrial Design, 2020 & 2021
Diploma in Professional Studies, 2020 & 2021

On-site advice available:
Recruiting Diploma in Professional Studies placements
Creative consultancy and partnerships with Innovation and Business
Research and Knowledge Exchange opportunities
Student Marketing and Recruitment

The Product Ceramic and Industrial Design programme is a department within Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London; a publicly-funded Further and Higher Education institution. PCID educates undergraduate and postgraduate students who design products, furniture, ceramics and jewellery.
The programme is committed to transformation by design for the public good.

Our Manifesto
Though we work in the world of things, it's the needs and connections between people in the real world that engage us most.
Through the materials, processes and techniques of design, our courses interrogate designing for positive social impact.
All PCID courses are committed to creative ambition, collaboration, and making through design as a practice that transforms, is anticipatory and adaptive to the benefit of people, enterprises and the environment.
PCID is recognised by the award of The Queen's Anniversary Prize "for industrial and product design contributing to the strength of the creative economy".



#unmutecsm #designtransforms #mattersofcare


Across art, design and performance, the students and staff of Central Saint Martins create ideas, materials and actions for a better future.  Among our alumni shaping the world through creative action are Gordon Baldwin, Salomé Bazin (Cellule), Tej Chauhan, Alice Cicolini, Sebastian Conran, Daniele De Iuliis (Apple), Jacob Dyson (Dyson), Gunjan Gupta, Sam Hecht (Industrial Facility), Patty Johnson, Fernando Jorge, Antony Joseph (Joseph Joseph), Tom Karen (Ogle), Rob Kesseler, Afroditi Krassa, Emma Lacey, Robin Levien, Kim Norton, Paul Priestman & Nigel Goode (Priestman Goode), Emma Sandberg (Philips), Ansel Thompson (Louis Vuitton), Ian Stallard, Cecilia Weckstrom (Lego), Dominic Weir (IWC Schaffhausen), Tony Wong (IDEO).

Central Saint Martins is part of University of the Arts London (UAL), an international centre for innovative teaching and research in arts, design, fashion, communication and the performing arts.  The University is made up of six colleges: Camberwell College of Arts, Central Saint Martins, Chelsea College of Arts, London College of Communication, London College of Fashion and Wimbledon College of Arts.


This event may contain content that is not suitable for all ages, please ask the invigilators at the venue if you have concerns.

NB The Bargehouse is partially accessible. The venue has two disabled toilets and a STANNAH stair-lift which provides access for wheelchair users to the first and second floors only. The stair-lift is for standard manual wheelchairs and cannot be used with motorised chairs or scooters.  

For more information please visit Access Able: https://www.accessable.co.uk/london-south-bank/london-south-bank-oxo-tower-wharf/access-guides/bargehouse

If you have any questions about the event, please contact csmticketing@arts.ac.uk



Part of New Creatives, Oxo Tower Wharf’s graduate season.