In this time of isolation and silence we are coming together to be ‘Found in Translation’.
Join Goldsmiths MA Design 2020 to translate this silence into noise. Whilst working in these unusual circumstances we are transforming our solo thoughts to create a multifaceted graduate design show, which explores personal thoughts and solutions sparked by our current situations.
We are connecting from all over the world through the universal language of dance. It’s not just about dancing, it’s about dancing like no one is watching and coming together as a collective. We want to generate the noise from our own homes, reflecting from when our journey started together a year ago. Placing ourselves in this temporary state of play in an uncertain time we aim to celebrate togetherness. This is an exhibition which will remind us that physical distance can’t stop our studio culture.
RSA Student Design Awards:
The RSA Student Design Awards (SDA) Competition is open to:
- All current Students ( Undergraduate/Postgraduate – MA & PhD)
- All Alumni (Graduates, MA & PhD – who graduated in the last year)
Submissions open 25 January 2021.
RSA Student Design Briefs
RSA SDA 2020-21 Virtual Workshop Series:
A series of online workshops that are designed to support students on their SDA journey. Continue reading “RSA Student Awards and Virtual Workshops”
Free, online, open-access
9th -11th November 2020
Creative Coalition 2020 is a festival like no other. With a unique blend of ground-breaking discussions, immersive live performances and enhanced networking opportunities, this is the must-attend (from the comfort of your own home) event of year and we want you there.
Therefore, we have taken the decision to make the festival fully open-access to reach all of those who need support, guidance and inspiration at this time.
Continue reading “Personal and Professional Development Updates, November 2020”
Hair, Untold Stories is an upcoming Horniman Museum exhibition which will invite visitors to confront their own relationship to their hair, whilst exploring the many unexpected stories from the local to the global context.
The Museum is looking for six panel members to respond to the narratives/artworks and stories relating to Black hair in the exhibition, the emphasis and tone of voice and to provide recommendations to the Horniman.
Discussions will take place over three Zoom sessions, chaired by Rose Sinclair from the Department of Design at Goldsmiths:
Panel 1: Tuesday 10 November, 4 – 5.30pm
Panel 2: Tuesday 24 November, 4 – 5.30pm
Panel 3: Tuesday 15 December, 4 – 5.30pm
If you are interested to be involved or have any questions, please get in touch with Sarah Byrne, SByrne@horniman.ac.uk by Wednesday 4 November 2020. More information can be found on the Horniman Museum website.