Zarina Bhimji was born in Mbarara, Uganda in 1963. She received a BA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths, University of London and an MA from the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London. Nominated for the Turner Prize in 2007, Bhimji has had major solo exhibitions in the UK and internationally. Her work is […]Read more "In conversation with Zarina Bhimji on her exhibition Lead White"
Rohith S. Katbamna (MA Television Journalism, 2010) is a filmmaker, journalist and author based in London. His most recent work is the hybrid novel, Down and Rising, which was released in January 2019. Born in Hammersmith, England, Rohith began his writing career in the film and television industry. Following on from his work with the BBC, […]Read more "Guest Post: Down and Rising by Rohith S. Katbamna"
Fine Art graduate Mohammed Sami Al Amili was awarded the annual Hottinger Prize for Excellence – the award, now in its second year, aims to support emerging artists in the regions in which the Hottinger works. Mohammed trained in fine arts in Baghdad before attending Ulster University, going on to graduate from MFA Fine Art […]Read more "Graduate News: Mohammed Sami wins Hottinger Prize for Excellence 2019"
Presenting his feature documentary debut, a story of entrepreneurship Kilo 64, MA Screen Documentary alumnus Amir El-Shenawy tells us of his career so far and his experience at Goldsmiths.Read more "Graduate News: Amir El-Shenawy presents Kilo 64"
Sociology graduate Nazia Khatun was awarded Sportswoman of The Year Award at the Baton Awards 2018, which recognises and rewards best practice and success in the black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) community. Nazia has changed the lives of thousands of women since beginning her career as a boxer – now a trailblazer in the […]Read more "Graduate News: Nazia Khatun wins Sportswoman of the Year at the Baton Awards 2018"
Throughout the year, generous donations from alumni and friends help to fund a diverse range of activities that support the student experience and benefit the Goldsmiths community. In a new series of blog posts, we will share a selection of projects that demonstrate the difference these projects make at the College.Read more "Supported by alumni and friends: Festival of Arab Poetry"
Throughout the year, generous donations from alumni and friends help to fund a diverse range of activities that support the student experience and benefit the Goldsmiths community. In a new series of blog posts, we will share a selection of projects that demonstrate the difference these projects make at the College.Read more "Supported by Alumni and Friends: Hacksmiths, Code & Craft"