© Saskia Van der Knoll
9 December 2015
by Dapinder Chahal
Tandemize 2.0 is the second Travel Fellowships project facilitated by the British Council and Cass School of Art facilitating cross-cultural exchanges with a focus on social inclusion mapping, and public-participation. ADF awarded five Travel Fellowships to Cass graduates to take part in the Tandemize 2.0 project.
Recent graduates across Architecture & 3D Design were invited to submit applications to take part in a creative cross-cultural exchange with a focus on social inclusion mapping, and public-participation. This includes two residencies; the first residency at The Cass will take place in February 2016 and the second in March 2016 at the University of Moratuwa, in the Department of Integrated Design, part of the Architecture Faculty in Colombo Sri Lanka.
Recipients of the Travel Fellowships are:
Danielle Devoglio - BA (Hons) Architecture Part 1
Reham Elwakil - BA (Hons) Architecture Part 1
Roxanne Reynolds - BA (Hons) Jewellery and Silversmithing
Eeva Sarlin - BA (Hons) Architecture Part 1
Josie Wood - BA (Hons) Jewellery and Silversmithing
The Tandemize Project is led by Cass Senior Lecturer Mah Rana
Find out more on Tandemize
British Council Project