Guest Post: ‘Something I Should Know’ by alumna Siobhan Kalli

Siobhan Kalli is a writer and Goldsmiths alumna (MA Children’s Literature, 2019). After graduating in English and Linguistics (BA) from the University of Nottingham, she completed a PGCE at Keele and taught English GCSE and A level in the UK. Siobhan also taught English in Greece and worked as an editor in an ELT publishing… Read more Guest Post: ‘Something I Should Know’ by alumna Siobhan Kalli

Royal China Group launch fundraising initiative to support students at Goldsmiths

Cantonese restaurant group Royal China has donated over £12,000 from proceeds raised from selling Year of the Ox food boxes during Lunar New Year to raise money for Goldsmiths students in need of financial support. The idea for this fundraising initiative came from Lin Zhang, Goldsmiths alumna from the Institute of Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship.… Read more Royal China Group launch fundraising initiative to support students at Goldsmiths

Guest Post: Poetry Anthology ‘Life’s Lines’ by Tony Mitchell

Tony Mitchell completed his Teaching Certificate at Goldsmiths in 1957 and went on to teach in secondary schools and become a Senior Lecturer training teachers until 1987. He is now retired and lives between Bath and Bristol. Tony has recently self-published ‘Life’s Lines’ a poetry anthology of over 100 poems reflecting on his life in… Read more Guest Post: Poetry Anthology ‘Life’s Lines’ by Tony Mitchell

Guest post: Thomas McMullan debut novel published by Bloomsbury

Thomas McMullan is a writer, critic and journalist whose work has appeared in publications including the Guardian, Observer, Times Literary Supplement, Frieze and BBC News, and has been published in 3:AM Magazine, Lighthouse and Best British Short Stories. He has worked with visual artists, game studios and theatre companies in London, Amsterdam, Beijing and Los… Read more Guest post: Thomas McMullan debut novel published by Bloomsbury

Guest Post: QC at Tate Exchange, Tate Modern

Jennifer Allen, known professionally as Quilla Constance (abbreviated to QC), is a British contemporary artist, lecturer and curator, and studied an MFA Fine Art at Goldsmiths in 2006. QC’s interdisciplinary practice has shown widely in the UK and overseas, at venues including Camden Arts Centre, Zabludowicz Collection, ICA, Freud Museum, The RA, Jerwood Arts and… Read more Guest Post: QC at Tate Exchange, Tate Modern