Manisha Tailor, MBE (BA Education, 2001) recently published her teaching resource, ’50 Wellbeing Lessons for the Diverse Primary Classroom: Teaching through inclusive practice’. _________________________________________________________________________________ Teaching about wellbeing through inclusive practice is about ensuring that all young people feel like valued members of their school community and beyond. It is about ensuring that all those who… Read more Guest Post: Wellbeing Lessons for the Diverse Primary Classroom by Manisha Tailor MBE
On the 10th anniversary of the ongoing Fukushima nuclear disaster, Don’t Follow the Wind, a book co-edited by curator Jason Waite, was released. Jason (MA Art and Politics, 2010) wrote to Goldsmiths with an update on his latest project. Jason is part of the eponymous collective of artists and curators working with residents displaced… Read more Guest Post: Don’t Follow the Wind – book out by alumnus Jason Waite
“Our Goldsmiths experience allowed us a world we never deemed possible” – how a dyslexia diagnosis while studying at Goldsmiths changed our lives. Created by Michelle Adams (BA Education, Culture and Society, 2017), the podcast The Catmaste Chronicles explores well-being, entrepreneur journeys and pets. In Episode 37, Michelle is joined by fellow Goldsmiths alumnus Solomon Smith… Read more Guest Post: Alumni Podcast Episode ‘Being Dyslexic at Goldsmiths’
Ian Mitchell (BMus Music, 1979) is a Clarinettist and Director of Gemini, a chamber ensemble. In March, Gemini released Clarinet and Strings and Ian wrote to Goldsmiths with an update on this latest project. From its very beginning in 1974, Gemini has commissioned composers in a variety of styles and programmed works and composers that… Read more Guest Post: Alumnus Ian Mitchell releases latest album – Clarinet and Strings
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
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
Written and composed by the Scottish composer Alastair White (MMus Composition, 2017), ROBE is a sci-fi fashion opera that redefines music-theatre. Showing as part of Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival on Tuesday, 6 August from 9.20-10.20pm at The Place, London. ROBE is a post-human fantasia about cartography, cyberpunk and the A.I. singularity featuring high… Read more Alumnus Alastair White at this year’s Tête à Tête
Fine Art graduate Mohammed Sami Al Amili was awarded the annual Hottinger Prize for Excellence – the award, now in its second year, aims to support emerging artists in the regions in which the Hottinger works. Mohammed trained in fine arts in Baghdad before attending Ulster University, going on to graduate from MFA Fine Art… Read more Graduate News: Mohammed Sami wins Hottinger Prize for Excellence 2019
Presenting his feature documentary debut, a story of entrepreneurship Kilo 64, MA Screen Documentary alumnus Amir El-Shenawy tells us of his career so far and his experience at Goldsmiths.
Throughout the year, generous donations from alumni and friends help to fund a diverse range of activities that support the student experience and benefit the Goldsmiths community. In a new series of blog posts, we will share a selection of projects that demonstrate the difference these projects make at the College.