Paula Boyle (MA Art Psychotherapy, 2015) is a HCPC registered health care practitioner who practices full-time as an art therapist at Demelza Hospice Care for Children, Kent. She is also a committee member of the British Association of Art Therapists group called ‘The Creative Response’, a special interest group for art therapists working in palliative […]Read more "Guest post: Art therapy and The Altemus Leadership Programme"
Dan Crooks (BA Fine Art, 2015) is from Sheffield, and has lived in Leeds, London and Huddersfield. He currently lives and works in South Yorkshire. He tells us about his time studying at Goldsmiths and the Window Frame Project, a gallery space in the windows of the Leeds City Museum where his works are currently exhibited. […]Read more "Guest post: Abstract Figures in the Windows of the Leeds City Museum"
My book “Theatre for Children in Hospital. The Gift of Compassion” (15 December 2016) brings to the reader experience of over ten years practice and evaluation of bedside theatre performances for children in hospital wards in the U.K. and abroad. It makes an argument for the benefits of theatre provision for children in illness, their […]Read more "Guest Post: Theatre for Children in Hospital. The Gift of Compassion."
Originally posted on the Goldsmiths Design Blog as part of their alumni careers talk series. Ilyanna Kerr: See What I Mean Early in 2016, the Design department invited a few of its graduates to speak about their career paths after graduation and the challenges they encountered. One of the speakers was Ilyanna Kerr (BA Design, 2013), co-founder […]Read more "Life After Goldsmiths: BA Design Alumna Ilyanna Kerr"
In UK football private ownership prevails, but does the future of the beautiful game lie in fan ownership and control? Oliver Holtaway (MA Critical and Creative Analysis, 2013), secretary of Bath City FC Supporters Society, thinks so. Originally posted on Pioneers Post. Pioneers Post delivers the news and sets the agenda for the new wave […]Read more "Guest Post: Can social enterprise clean up British football?"
The sociology of Brexit, what’s next and what sort of crisis is this? Originally posted on PERCblog by Dr Will Davies (PhD Sociology, 2009), Co-Director of the Political Economy Research Centre (PERC). PERC is a centre for the cultural and political analysis of economic life at Goldsmiths, University of London. Find out more about PERC and their latest news. […]Read more "What sort of crisis is this?"
DEEP∞MINIMALISM, an upcoming festival weekend of contemporary experimental live music in London, features Goldsmiths own Phd student in Music, James Bulley (MMus Composition, 2009), along with collaborators Shiva Feshareki and London Contemporary Orchestra. They will perform Daphne Oram’s groundbreaking turntable/orchestral hybrid ‘Still Point’ for the first time ever in its history. ‘Still Point’ showcases Oram’s […]Read more "Guest Post: DEEP∞MINIMALISM"