Guest Post: Call and Response

Call and Response Brighton’s stony shore saw us collect at music college, a roomful of ripped jeans reflected in the tall walls of an old dance studio, nervous silence accompanied by tinny noodling on unamplified electric guitars. Of all the exercises we learnt to enjoy, Call and Response was a favourite: one led improvising through… Read more Guest Post: Call and Response

Guest Post: Wysing Arts Centre

Jesc Bunyard to present at Wysing Arts Centre annual festival It’s been almost two years since I finished my BA in Fine Art and History of Art at Goldsmiths. In that time my practice has had quite a number of developments, including being selected for last year’s Bloomberg New Contemporaries. 2015 has also heralded some good… Read more Guest Post: Wysing Arts Centre

King Richard III’s funeral pall designed by alumna

Alumna Jacquie Binns (BA Textiles, 1986) was commissioned by Leicester Cathedral to design an embroidered funeral pall for the reinterment of King Richard III. On Sunday 22 March 2015, the funeral pall was revealed at a reception service for the monarch at Leicester Cathedral. The black pall is beautifully decorated with an intriguing mix of images.… Read more King Richard III’s funeral pall designed by alumna

Alumna wins 2015 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize

Alumna Tena Štivičić (MA Writing for Performance, 2004) has won the 2015 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize for her play, 3 Winters. The Susan Smith Blackburn Prize is the oldest and largest prize awarded to women playwrights. Award-winning actress Rebecca Hall presented Tena with an award of $25,000 alongside a signed and numbered print by artist Willem de Kooning.… Read more Alumna wins 2015 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize