Wooosh is “a research platform currently presenting the human body alongside pneumatic structures, exploring specific urban environments across Winchester/Bucharest. Based on Julio Cortazar’s experimental novel Hopscotch (1963), audiences move between multiple sites/performances, creating their own narrative.”
Students, performers and practitioners, as well as those without previous experience can apply to participate in a series of free workshops where you will be able to design, build and perform in inflatable structures culminating in a performance in Winchester city centre.
The workshops will take place in April, and the deadline for applications is 18 March. See attached poster for more details, or visit wooosh2016.co.uk.
Daniela and Xavier are postgraduate Music students at Goldsmiths, and they are organising an event intended to be a multidisciplinary mix of concert, performance and club night. They are particularly keen on finding performers that aren’t studying Music, so Design students who are interested should feel encouraged to apply:
“CALL FOR SOLO ARTISTS/ DJS/ BANDS/ ENSEMBLES/ PERFORMANCE ARTISTS (applications open until 5th March)
We are looking for performers of all styles, mediums and pathways to share in our student-organised night SOLID VIBES at the Stretch on the 14th March.
The night will be exploring the relationship between SOUND and BODY.
Full details and how to apply on Facebook. Any questions, contact Dani: email@example.com.”
Are you a Design student with an interest in science? Are you looking for a scientist to talk to? Materials chemist Greg Gregori wants to explore the role of design in science, and he is willing to collaborate on a critical design project. Greg’s approach to his work is creative and experimental and includes doing scientific experiments as party tricks, an idea rooted in his childhood desire to become a magician.
If that sounds like it would fit your work, you can contact Greg at his email address, Gregory.Gregori[@]matthey.com. This opportunity was sent to us by alumnas Lior Smith and Clara Nissim.
Common Works is a London-based multidisciplinary design studio with two Goldsmiths Design alumni among its founders (read our previous interview with Common Works’ Chris Waggott here). They’re currently looking for an intern to assist them with video production.
The position is paid and available immediately; candidates should have practical experience with Adobe Creative Cloud, skills in operating a DSLR / other camera packages and recording audio – read a full job description on the Common Works website. To apply, send a portfolio link to firstname.lastname@example.org.