John Mitchell (PG Fine Art, 1980 and PG Art Teacher’s Certificate, 1985) is a multi-media artist currently working on a series of photo-based projects. He also studied BA Drawing and Painting (1978) at Edinburgh College of Art and MA Education (1991) at the Institute of Education, University of London. His work was recently included in […]Read more "Guest Post: HOMAGE"
MA Human Rights, Culture and Social Justice alumna Katrina Fairhurst graduated from Goldsmiths in 2018, now working within communications for Shout Out UK. We caught up with Katrina to hear about her career, experience at Goldsmiths and plans for the future.Read more "Graduate Profile: Katrina Fairhurst"
Goldsmiths alumnus Neil March reports on an new compilation album launch.Read more "Guest Post: Vanishing Point #1 compilation album"
The Goldsmiths Confucius Institute and the Department of Politics and International Relations would like to congratulate Jordan Akisanya (BA International Studies and Chinese, 2018) for his new role as Chinese Research Analyst in the Corporate Intelligence Division at KPMG. Jordan said, “I’m very grateful for the opportunities this degree provided me throughout my studies; they were […]Read more "Graduate News: Jordan Akisanya"
Stanley Glasser, Emeritus Professor of Music at Goldsmiths and Honorary Fellow of the College I first met Stanley Glasser – who has died on 5 August, aged 92 – at my interview for a Lectureship in Music at Goldsmiths. Even though some things were conducted less formally in those far-off days, it was still a […]Read more "In Memoriam: Stanley Glasser"
Xavier Velastin (MA Sonic Arts, 2016) is a bipedal simian, best described as an electroacoustic composer, pianist, computer musician, theatre sound designer or sound poet, depending on when and where you happen to see him. He is of Chilean descent, born in London, and lives in Leeds. [whalesong] runs from Wednesday, 1 August to Saturday, 4 August, 9-10pm […]Read more "Guest Post: Listening to Whales"
Elizabeth Kow (BA Drama and Theatre Arts, 2017) is a live artist, director, educator and entrepreneur based in Singapore. Her most recent solo live artwork was ‘Jiak Kan Tang’, which she performed in Singapore in January 2018. She is also the co-founder of Thereabouts Theatre and directed their debut performance ‘Set Apart’ in March 2018. Currently, […]Read more "Guest Post: Only the resilient are free"
British composer and recording artist Neil March, who received both his MA and PhD in Music at Goldsmiths, is currently a BBC Introducing Artist. He has played their stage at Latitude 2017 where he performed with his ensemble ‘The Music of Sound’. His music is regularly featured by BBC Radio 3, BBC 6 Music and BBC World Service. His latest single ‘Water (1st Movement)’ was featured on Stuart […]Read more "Guest Post: From New Cross to a new music life"
Professor Mark d’Inverno, Pro-Warden (International), caught up with alumni Paule Constable and Adrian Sutton in New York to talk about their work on ‘Angels in America’, which is currently on Broadway, and their Goldsmiths experience. This year, the National Theatre production of ‘Angels in America’ broke the record for the most Tony Award nominations for a play in Broadway […]Read more "Interview with alumni Paule Constable & Adrian Sutton"
S K Perry’s (MA Writer / Teacher, 2015) debut novel Let Me Be Like Water was shortlisted for the Mslexia Award and was published by Melville House this month. Sarah was longlisted for the inaugural London’s Young Poet Laureate and was Cityread Young Writer in Residence. She co-founded the masculinities project Great Men in 2012 and has worked on initiatives […]Read more "Guest Post: Debut novel by alumna S K Perry"