2021 Santander Universities Emerging Entrepreneur Award:
Goldsmiths has been asked to select & put forward one student or recent graduate business to the Santander Universities Emerging Entrepreneur Awards 2021, from the applications we receive.
The winning business (from all the candidates put forward by UK universities) will receive £50,000 equity free seed funding and £25,000 worth of additional business development support (e.g consultancy, mentoring, marketing, legal, etc.)
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Join this panel discussion with the Design Museum’s 2020 Designers in Residence exploring design’s relationship to care. Goldsmiths Design MA alumna Cynthia Voza Lusilu is amongst the designers chosen as residents for the 2020 programme.
When: Tuesday 11 May 2021, 18.30 – 20.00 (BST)
General tickets (£5) go on sale on 1 April.
Find out more from the Design Museum website
It’s clear we’re malfunctioning. The love affair we’ve had with technology is well beyond the honeymoon period, and we’re stuck in a dreary relationship. While AI and machine learning were meant to take care of menial tasks and free us up for high functioning behaviours, we haven’t got a clear idea of what these new behaviours are. Instead of freeing us up for leisure, these technologies have been most successful in keeping invisible human labour invisible. Bummer. MACHINE GURNING is a work in progress exhibition by MA Design Expanded Practice- Communication & Experience students about the end of the party. Have a look at the online show website by April 25th!
Crafts Council are launching a programme for makers: Crafting Business. This is open to emerging makers (between 1 & 4 years in business) based in England, Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland. Please can you help spread the word. Deadline for applications is 31 March 2021.
Crafting Business is part of a Creative European funded project to provide business training skills to makers across Europe. Eight countries (including the UK) will be delivering their own respective training programmes in 2021 supporting up to 200 makers.
Find out more from the Crafts Council website