“Althea McNish: Colour Is Mine” opening this week

Image courtesy of the William Morris Gallery

“Althea McNish: Colour Is Mine”, co-curated by Rose Sinclair, is opening at the William Morris Gallery this weekend. The exhibition is free to visit between 2 April and 11 September 2022 (donations are welcome).

The show has been receiving media attention and coverage, and it has been featured, amongst other outlets, in The Guardian and on the Liberty London blog.

Short film produced by Design alumnus wins BAFTA award

“Do Not Feed The Pigeons”, produced by Jordi Morera (Goldsmiths BA Design 2013), is the winner of the Best British Short Animation award at the 2022 EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs). The award ceremony took place on Sunday, 13 March 2022.

Watch a clip of the film’s team accepting the award below:

You can also watch the winning film in full on the BAFTA YouTube channel:

10 Weeks of Fat (Transfocality Project)

MA Expanded Practice 2022
Open House

Tuesday 15th March 2022
Lockwood 301-302

Open to all Goldsmiths University of London staff and students


  • Bone Fat (Performative Lecture): 16:10, 17:10 and 18:10
  • Fat Baby (Documentary): 16:30, 17:30 and 18:30
  • Lipid Drip Symphony (Alternative DJ Set): 16:50, 17:50 and 18:50

Nine student projects will be on display at the event, follow us on Twitter/ Facebook/ Instagram to find out more about each one of them!

“Althea McNish: Colour is Mine” extended until September

The exhibition “Althea McNish: Colour is Mine”, co-curated by Rose Sinclair from Goldsmiths Design for the William Morris Gallery, has been extended.

The new duration for the project is 2 April-11 September 2022.

Find out more from the William Morris Gallery website

Image: Painted Desert, designed by Althea McNish for Hull Traders (1961). Screen printed cotton. Object no: T.10266. Copyright the Whitworth, the University of Manchester