The Textiles workshop at Goldsmiths Design has recently been renovated, and this week, our first class of MA Fashion students were introduced to some of the equipment in the workshop by Textiles lecturer Rose Sinclair. One of the tools that the students got to see at work was the embroidery machine, which transforms a digital design into stitches on fabric.
Do you want to know more about the Design Star studentships for PhD studies? You’ll be able to get a better picture of the studentships as well as have a chance to chat with lead academics from members of the Design Star consortium (Goldsmiths, Brighton University, Loughborough University, The Open University, University of Reading) at our Design Star Open Afternoon on Thursday, January 23rd, right here at the Goldsmiths campus. The event will take place in room 211 of the Lockwood Building from 3 pm onwards (refreshments will be served). Have a look at the Design Star website for more information, and don’t forget you can apply for the studentships here.
Today’s random blog link is 3rd year BA Design student Marisa Jensen. She posts about her inspiration as well as her work on the course and elsewhere.
The Design Star Doctoral Training Centre (a collaboration between Goldsmiths, University of Reading, University of Brighton, Loughborough University and the Open University) is now opening for applications up to 12 studentships for full time and part time PhD studies. The studentships include fees and a stipend and they are available for the 2014/15 academic year.
So if you want to study for a PhD at Goldmiths Design, what are you waiting for? Apply for a studentship on Jobs.ac.uk here. The deadline is Friday 28 February 2014.