The Careers Service at Goldsmiths are organising two student recruitment events for the Autumn Term:
Part-Time Jobs Virtual Fair- Thursday 14 October, 11am-2pm. Come along and meet with employers offering a variety of exciting opportunities. You will also have the chance to meet the Careers Service Team to find out more about how to make the most out of the service during your time at Goldsmiths.
Graduate Recruitment Virtual Fair- Thursday 28 October, 11am-3pm. Meet and engage with employers offering graduate roles and explore further your career opportunities after graduating. You will also have the chance to meet the Careers Service Team who will be available to chat to and provide professional guidance.
The public vote is now officially open, so you too can support Goldsmiths graduates! Votes can be cast on the ARTSTHREAD website. Voting closes on Wednesday 13th October and the winners will be announced on Monday 18th October.
‘Road Movie’ is a collaborative project between the MA Design: Expanded Practice programme at Goldsmiths, University of London and CAMPER. The students participating in the project were asked to explore and engage with CAMPER’s idea of the Walking Society through the discovery and exploration of the city.
“Walking means traveling – going from one place to another. It also means advancing, improving, developing, innovating. The Walking Society is a virtual community open to everyone: to diverse social, cultural, economic and geographic backgrounds. Individually as well as collectively, it champions imagination and energy, bringing useful and positive ideas and solutions to better the world. In a simple and honest way.” CAMPER Walking Society
“Design always acts as an ‘inbetweener’, a narrative connection between two distinct points in time and space. The nature of this connection, its material and conceptual range (how fast, how efficient, how immediate, how long, how ornate, how timely, etc) is informed by the contextual and ideological framework of ‘the possible’, which lies at its origin”. Professor Roberto Feo, Goldsmiths, University of London
In road movies, travelling is used as a narrative device that allows the writer or director to piece together a story through a series of chance encounters which obstruct the protagonists’ progress of getting from A to B. The traveller therefore can never be just an observant, a passer-by, or a flaneur. Their very existence sets off the series of combustions that create the story itself.