Guest Post: Progressive Etudes

Stephanie Lynne Thorburn (MA Sociology: Qualitative Research, 1999) is a best-selling author and artist with considerable experience in creative media. In 2012, she launched her own independent press, Labour of Love, via Kindle. Subsequently, Stephanie has cultivated five best-sellers in the domains of the arts, natural healing and humanitarian education. Successful titles include the ‘Human Matrix’ trilogy […]

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Guest Post: The Conversation

The Conversation  Holly Davey Date: Open until 3 February 2018 Timings: 11am-5pm Location: g39 in Cardiff About The Conversation A buff foolscap folder is the starting point for The Conversation, a solo show by Holly Davey. Inherited by the artist, the folder contains fragments of a lifetime – photographs, scraps of paper, postcards, a paper bag, an […]

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Guest Post: Beings Magazine

Beings magazine – The human side of travel Guest post by Gavin Williams (BA English and Modern Literature, 2011) Beings is a new independent print publication about travel, focussing on the people we meet in new places – made by me, a former Goldsmiths student. I studied English and Modern Literature, graduating in 2011. I […]

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Guest Post: Mainly on the Plain

Mainly on the Plain Guest post by Michael Haig (BA English, German and History, 1966; Postgraduate Certificate in Education, 1967). Michael has written social studies textbooks for Zambian primary schools (1st edition, 2004; 2nd edition, 2014), “Bookworld Africa” and for Jamaican schools grade 7, “Living Together” (2008,  OUP). He tells us about his time after Goldsmiths, […]

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