Anna Jane Greenville graduated from Goldsmiths in 2016 and has gone on to pursue a career in writing and publishing. Her first novel, ‘The Girl Who Was A Gentleman’ was released in English and German by Digital Publishers. My first novel was published on 7 December 2017 – exactly one year after my graduation ceremony, […]Read more "Guest Post: The Girl Who Was A Gentleman"
Recollections of Goldsmiths in the mid-60s I arrived, almost by chance at Goldsmiths On 10 October 1963, I arrived at Goldsmiths without having had an interview. When I left for Fiji on VSO in August 1962, I had a place to go to Nottingham Teachers Training College, but my science teacher arranged for me to […]Read more "Guest Post: Goldsmiths in the mid-60s"
The latest edition of Goldlink, your alumni magazine, is now available online. You should receive it in your letterbox in the upcoming weeks. This issue includes an interview with comedian and author Julian Clary (BA Drama and English, 1983). Also in this edition, we meet the Groundnut, a south London supper club organised by Duval Timothy, Jacob […]Read more "Goldlink 43"
Goldsmiths Degree Shows season is now open, featuring exhibitions, shows and performances on campus and across London from May – September. Alumni are invited to this year’s Goldsmiths Degree Shows to experience the innovative talent of our emerging graduates. Our degree shows are the focal point of the Goldsmiths events calendar for our graduating students […]Read more "Goldsmiths Degree Shows 2015"
Blur, one of the defining bands of the Britpop era, have announced their first album in 12 years and will be headlining this year’s Hyde Park’s British Summer Time gigs. Guitarist, Graham Coxon (BA Fine Art, 1989) said: “We just couldn’t have done any more shows without some new material. It was getting tedious, and […]Read more "Blur to release new album"
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"
Being a single campus has many benefits – it brings staff and students together from all corners of the University and encourages collaboration. Our small campus community has a global reach, and in many ways that is down to you, our alumni community and the personal connections you have with each other. We launched Goldsmiths […]Read more "Goldsmiths Reunite: Around the World in 7 Days"