Carol Pudwell, who has died aged 82, was a student and lecturer in the Education Department at Goldsmiths for nearly fifty years (1957-2006): a period of radical change. His innovative work with MA students triggered a fruitful collaboration with local senior teachers, keen to explore new ideas. Carol will be remembered as an exceptional teacher. […]Read more "In memoriam and tributes: Carol Pudwell"
The funeral arrangements have been announced for Anthea Gordon, who was the Bursar of Surrey House between 1965 and 1995 and who passed away on 8 October. A service will be held at 2.30pm on Monday 7 November at Hither Green Crematorium, Verdant Lane, London SE6 1TP. The photograph to the right was kindly supplied […]Read more "Tributes and funeral arrangements announced for Anthea Gordon"
Nathan Timothy (BA Education with PE, 1996) has been honoured in this year’s Gold Badge Awards for inspiring and empowering a whole generation of children and young people through music. The BASCA Gold Badge Awards honours those who have worked tirelessly to support the British songwriting and composing community. This year, Nathan shares the list […]Read more "Alumnus honoured in BASCA Gold Badge Award 2016"
On Thursday 8 September 2016, Goldsmiths welcomed back to campus a small group of alumnae who studied teaching training at Goldsmiths in the 1950s. The group, who met while living together at Grove Hall from 1954 to 1956, have been meeting for the last 26 years and were celebrating 60 years since they left Goldsmiths. […]Read more "Back to Goldsmiths (after graduating 60 years ago)"
This year’s Telegraph Hill Festival attracted thousands of visitors to engage with the local community in and around the New Cross Gate area. Over 16 days in March/April, 125 events ranging from concerts, art shows and open studios to talks, workshops and open gardens were organised by local volunteers and performers to inspire the community to get involved, celebrate and have […]Read more "Sharing Stories: Proudly supported by the Annual Fund"
The Raindance Film Festival is the largest and most important independent film festival in the UK. This year’s Raindance Film Festival will take place from 21 September to 2 October 2016 in Central London (Piccadilly Circus), screening 100 feature films and over 150 short films. Palace of Fun produced by George Stocks (BA English, 2013) […]Read more "Alumni film to screen at Raindance Film Festival"
Wooden Overcoats created by David K. Barnes (MA Writing for Performance, 2013), an original radio sitcom about rival funeral directors, has recently been nominated for this year’s PRIX EUROPA for Radio in the Digital Audio category. PRIX EUROPA is a weeklong trimedia festival and the biggest professional forum of its kind. This year it is celebrating […]Read more "Alumni Podcast Nominated for PRIX EUROPA"