Supported by the Annual Fund: Kathy Rae Huffman Archive The Goldsmiths Annual Fund is proud to support recipient Stephanie Moran to bring part of curator Kathy Rae Huffman’s archive to the heart of the local community and provide a platform for less well-represented areas of recent Art History. Stephanie was awarded £1,500 from the Goldsmiths Annual […]Read more "Kathy Rae Huffman Archive"
What You Do Matters! A baby-faced 18-year-old entering Goldsmiths, ready for the next three years to study BSc Psychology! I clearly remember being recommended Goldsmiths by my former tutor in College, who raved on that he was once a student there and that I would love it. I remember days sitting on the big field […]Read more "Guest Post: WYDM"
You may have recently received a call from one of our students as part of this year’s Telephone Campaign, which has proved to be the most successful year on record. Between 27 February and 20 March Goldsmiths alumni generously donated £120,000 in pledged donations. Every penny goes to the Annual Fund, which has provided our students […]Read more "Thank You to our Donors"
Following this year’s successful phone campaign, the Annual Fund Panel met on 26 June to review applications to the fund and decided which projects to support. Of the 26 applications this year, nearly all were supported, while those that did not fit the Annual Fund criteria were encouraged to seek funding from other sources. A total […]Read more "Annual Fund 2015"
You may have recently received a phone call from one of our current students to talk about your time at Goldsmiths, to find out what you are up to now and to discuss the possibility of you donating to the Annual Fund. If you did and you donated, thank you very much! This year’s campaign […]Read more "Update on the Annual Fund"
Work donated by Goldsmiths alumni who went on to become some of the biggest names in the contemporary art world has sold for more than £1.4 million at Christie’s on Thursday 12 February, to raise funds for a new gallery on campus. Damien Hirst (BA Fine Art, 1989) donated Ipratropium Bromide, which had an estimated sale […]Read more "Alumni work raises £1.4m for Gallery"