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"
Goldsmiths alumnus Neil March reports on an new compilation album launch.Read more "Guest Post: Vanishing Point #1 compilation album"
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 […]Read more "Guest Post: Progressive Etudes"
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"
Can social enterprise clean up British football? 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 […]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?"
Out of the frying pan into the fire? – A tale of two 1960’s halls of residence – I arrived at Bennett Park, Blackheath, as a very green Goldsmiths’ fresher in the late 1960’s, having never lived away from home, let alone having experienced the delights of the Big Smoke. At the time Bennett Park […]Read more "Guest Post: Out of the frying pan into the fire?"