Resilient Alliances #2: Heretic Ecologies

Resilient Alliances is a series of events set up against the dominant narrative of managerial and commodified present. We offer competing stories and collective tools to face up to the traumas to come.

In the second lecture-workshop of the series, Heretic Ecologies, Most Dismal Swamp curator Dane Sutherland and Dr Daniel Rourke will explore the resilience of the ontological category of the “human” vis-a-vis challenges posed by temporal and species hybridity.Read More »

Design graduate launches debut music album

Portrait photo of Hannah Hull by Marley Starskey Butler, accompanied by a poem written by Hannah for the release of the album

Burning Salt, a musical project led by MA Design and Innovation alumni Hannah Hull, have launched their debut album Automatic Lullaby as a digital-only independent release.

Alongside Hannah, the band also includes Bobby Williams on electric guitar and John Parker on double bass. Drummer Daisy Palmer (Paloma Faith, Goldfrapp, Mesadorm) joins the band on a few of the tracks.

Design winners at the Warden’s Annual Public Engagement Awards

Goldsmiths Design lecturer Rose Sinclair and the Interaction Research Studio are amongst the winners of the Warden’s Annual Public Engagement Awards, held on 23 May 2019.

Professor Bill Gaver and Andy Boucher of the Interaction Research Studio were winners in the Established Researcher category for the project My Naturewatch Camera, in which they teamed up with the BBC’s Natural History Unit to create wildlife cameras that people could build at home and use to take a closer look at their local wildlife.

Rose Sinclair won a Special Award for Community Engagement for her work in engaging the public with material legacy of the women of the Windrush generation.

Also from our department, Liam Healy received a commendation in the Early Career Researcher category for DUF-ZINE: Issue 01-13, which documents different aspects of European migration routes.

Read more on the Goldsmiths website

Tomorrow’s Great Pageant presentation and reading

Poster for Tomorrow's Great Pageant

Design lecturers Dash MacDonald and Nicholas Mortimer would like to invite you to a presentation of the socially charged project by Post Workers Theatre – Tomorrow’s Great Pageant, an Arts Council-funded project that re-imagined the iconic Suffrage play, “A Pageant of Great Women”, for a 21st Century non-binary context. A presentation of the collective writing process will be followed by a reading of the updated play.

Where: Lockwood Building, Room 211 (Hexagon)

When: 2:30-3:30 pm, Wednesday 29th May