To date, our students' work has been exhibited in the following venues:

Yared Warehouse

(Beirut, November 2018)

Taking place in Yared Warehouse whilst it was under construction, this exhibition was a showcase of collections by students, graduates and alumni, as well as the school’s in-house brands (Second ST and csb ready-to-wear). The highly-anticipated event concluded the school's annual fashion show. 


Santiago Boutique Exclusive Collection

(Beirut, May 2018)

A collection of dresses was designed and produced exclusively for Santiago by Creative Space Beirut alumni and students and launched at the Santiago boutique with the dresses displayed in motion in a curated dance sequence.


Foch Square

(Beirut, November 2017)

A live fashion show was curated displaying the thesis collections of the graduating class, as well as selected pieces from 1st and 2nd year student collections. The show was followed by a one week static exhibition at the Creative Space Beirut studios downtown as part of Khan El Joukh's launch. 


Dar El-Nimer for Arts and Culture

(Beirut, December 2016)

Creative Space Beirut displayed the work of its first five graduating students in a live fashion show. The private show was followed by a two day static exhibition open to the public. 


Villa Audi

(Beirut, November 2015)

The exhibition (Weaving the Sea) displayed the results of collaborations that brought together craftsmen and designers from the different shores of the Mediterranean. Students worked with Spanish textile artist Carlos Salvador to create an elaborate patchwork coat.


4 Concept Store

(Kuwait, October 2015)

Creative Space Beirut collaborated with the concept store 4, based in Kuwait, in which each student created individual collections. After exhibiting their collections, 4 provided one student with a grant to create an exclusive winter collection for its prestigious store. 


La Grande Brasserie du Levant

(Beirut, July 2014)

Creative Space Beirut took part in a group exhibition (Creativity and Regeneration) displaying the various design and art initiatives that were born and bred in Mar Mikhael in an effort to promote local work.


Contemporary Art Platform

(Kuwait, October 2014)

This was the school’s first regional exhibition outside Lebanon, which also included the launch of csb ready-to-wear. Creative Space Beirut collaborated with a local PR company to organize a fundraising dinner. 


Bsous Silk Museum

(Beirut, July 2013)

Creative Space Beirut received a grant to bring artist Denise Maroney from New York to teach a silk workshop to its students. The results of the workshop, including a collaborative silk embroidery piece and silk painted scarves, were exhibited at the Silk Museum in Bsous. 


Bokja Design Studio

(Beirut, June 2013)

Creative Space Beirut exhibited their 2013 collaborative collection at Bokja Design Studio. The exhibition was the final show of the week.


6:05 at depechemode

(Beirut, August 2012)

Creative Space Beirut displayed its items in an exhibition at concept store 6:05 Depeche Mode to experiment with working in a retail environment.


Beirut Art Center (BAC)

(Beirut, March 2012)

This weeklong exhibition was the first Creative Space Beirut show in a gallery space after the pilot project. Items were sold in a silent auction. The exhibition brought upwards of 300 attendees.


Saifi Urban Gardens

(Beirut, August 2011)

The pilot project took place over three months in an underground studio in Saifi Urban Gardens, and included five preliminary students. In three months, a collaborative collection was created and displayed in an exhibition. All of the thirty pieces were sold. 


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