In the Department of Art we specialise in making, curating and writing about contemporary art in a dynamic, critical and interdisciplinary environment.
We have a world leading reputation that brings together students and researchers from all over the world. We work with a network of artists, curators, galleries and museums both in London and internationally to create an inspiring and dynamic place in which to study and develop an artistic practice.
Many graduates of Goldsmiths Department of Art are among the most recognised names working in art today.
04 - 24 November 2013; 24 April - 05 May 2014
Goldsmiths is part of a new block grant AHRC studentship partnership which means that we will be entering successful applicants to our PhD programmes to a competition for these studentships in the spring of 2014. More details of this process will be announced shortly.
If you want to be considered for one of these awards, please note that you need to have been interviewed and accepted onto the Art Department Art and Curating research programmes by mid-February. This means that you need to have made a formal application to the programmes by 31 January 2014 and have had initial contact with us to discuss your proposal by early January 2014. Any inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Programme Leader MFA Fine Art (Studio Practice):
Programme Director of MFA Fine Art (Critical Studies):
Dr. Mark Harris
Programme Director of MFA Curating:
Dr Simon Sheikh
Programme Director of MFA Art Writing:
Professor Michael Newman
Director of Postgraduate Research Studies:
Dr Andrea Phillips
Programme Director of BA Fine Art:
Professor Michael Archer
Course Leader, Studio Practice
BA Fine Art & History of Art
(Joint Honours degree)
Marion Coutts (acting)
Content last modified: 13 Nov 2013
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