To begin with, I was so interested and confident in what this Masters had to offer that it was the only programme, and University I applied for. Today, I am still as confident as when I started, but also very happy and satisfied knowing I took the right decision.
The Arts Administration & Cultural Policy programme, and the way is conducted not only broadened my perspective and possibilities, but opened my mind and deepened my knowledge about the strong and growing relationships between the social, political, and business spheres with the arts and culture.
I must say, that the major jewels at Goldsmiths were my course mates, and other fellow students on different programmes. The passion, intelligence, wit, and interests of them all made everyday the most interesting day. The diversity in personal and professional backgrounds and interests made the dialogue rich and stimulating and for that I will be forever grateful to have been able to study at Goldsmiths.
Goldsmiths positively, and radically changed the way my mind operates. The knowledge and skills gained at Goldsmiths have become intrinsic to my personal, and professional life. It gave me the drive and confidence to pursue my interests with strict attention to detail at the same time as having comprehensive contextual information for every matter.
The day after handing in my dissertation I was hired to work in the John Armleder, Ai Weiwei, and Yoshitomo Nara Summer exhibition in Mykonos, organized by Frahm & Frahm; and it has been an amazing experience.
I know this is the beginning of a very fulfilling personal and professional life.