On Tuesday, Dutch artist and researcher Joke Robaard, who is also a lecturer at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, was a guest at Goldsmiths Design and held a lecture and a workshop for MA Fashion and MA Design Futures students.
Today’s random blog link is MyModaLife, a blog on fashion, beauty, travel and lifestyle, written by one of the students of our MA in Fashion.
The National Student Survey for this year has been recently launched; now is the time to speak your mind about what you liked and what you didn’t like during your studies. Don’t be afraid to be honest- your feedback is helpful for prospective students as well as for the university in terms of providing an image of student satisfaction. The 2014 survey runs until 30 April, it is coordinated independently by Ipsos Mori and it is aimed mainly at final year undergraduate students. You can participate by filling in the form here; don’t miss the opportunity to have a say on the quality of your studying experience.
The AHRC and BBC Radio 3 are looking for applications for the New Generation Thinkers of 2014. Up to sixty applicants will have a chance to develop their programme-making ideas with BBC producers at a series of dedicated workshops, and up to then of them will become Radio 3’s resident New Generation Thinkers. Applications are open to all early career researchers based in a UK Higher Education Institution or Independent Research Organisation; applicants don’t have to be AHRC funded.
The subjects for this year’s scheme are all arts and humanities disciplines covered by the AHRC including Design; you can read a FAQ on the scheme here and the terms and conditions of entry here. The application form can be found here; the deadline is 6 February 2014.