The British Council Alumni Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of alumni and showcase the impact and value of a UK higher education. Award winners and finalists are leaders in their fields who have used their experience of studying at a UK university to make a positive contribution to their communities, professions and countries. Over 1,200 […]Read more "Winner and shortlist for British Council Alumni Awards 2017"
Unrest, a documentary produced by Lindsey Dryden (BA Media and Communications, 2003) and directed by Jennifer Brea, has been selected as one of the highly anticipated narrative documentaries to receive a world premiere. About Sundance Film Festival Found by Robert Redford in 1978, the Sundance Film Festival celebrates creativity and independence in cinema. This year, […]Read more "Documentary produced by alumna to premiere at Sundance Film Festival 2017"
Goldsmiths Reunite: Around The World In 7 Days showcases the scale of our global community and provides a collective experience for all those taking part – from Alumni Ambassadors who plan the events locally to all those who attend and extend their local network with like-minded alumni. On Saturday, 21 April the Warden, Patrick Loughrey, […]Read more "Around The World In 7 Days"
2005. Lee traces the story in the sand outlining the different moiety and kinship groups explaining to us the complex Anangu lores and relationships. The Sydney city high school girls listen with respect and intrigue … Few days later, we are sitting in the red dirt with Mildred and her sister as they explain in […]Read more "Guest Post: Ngapartji Ngapartji"
We are delighted to announce that following the success of Around the World in 7 Days in 2015, we will be repeating this exciting global event series in 2016, in even more locations. To help us with this ambitious task, we have new Alumni Ambassadors on board who will be joining us to celebrate the […]Read more "Around the World: Last chance to host an event where you are"
The Quipu Project, developed by a collective formed by filmmakers Maria Court (MA Screen Documentary, 2011), Rosemarie Lerner (MA Screen Documentary, 2011) and Sebastian Melo (MA Digital Media: Technology and Cultural Form, 2011) along with creative technologist Ewan Cass-Kavanagh (MA Creating Social Media, 2012), officially launched on Thursday, 10 December 2015 on International Human Rights’ […]Read more "Official launch of the Quipu Project"
Very Kind Invention was founded by Class of 2011 alumni Petchpisut Assarasakorn (MA Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship), Thiyaporn Panikbutr (MA Cross Sectoral and Community Arts) and Attanon Wongluang (MA Design and Critical Practice), along with collaborator, Lisa Nantaterm who studied at Central Saint Martins. We caught up with them to find out about their time […]Read more "Ones to Watch: Very Kind Invention"