If you are based in Indonesia, get in touch with your ambassador to find out how you can meet other alumni and get involved with the Goldsmiths community near you.
More than 50 Goldsmiths alumni currently reside in Indonesia. If you live there now or are thinking of relocating, you might want to get advice from local alumni, or you may wish to expand your professional network with people who share your experience of having studied at Goldsmiths!
Start networking now by joining the online discussion group for alumni based in Indonesia. Or if you would like to get more involved with the local Goldsmiths community you can get in touch with your Alumni Ambassador listed below. If there isn’t one located near you, find out more or register your interest in becoming an Alumni Ambassador for Goldsmiths.
Andari Karina Anom (MA Transnational Communications and Global Media, 2004) dedicated more than two decades of her life being a journalist, including 16 years with TEMPO Magazine, one of the most influential news media outlets in Indonesia. Passionate to share her knowledge and experience, she then became a lecturer in journalism at the Department of Communication, Binus International University, one of the leading universities in the country.
Email: a.anom (@alumni.gold.ac.uk)
Nin Djani Atmodipoero (BA Media and Communications, 2013) completed her master’s degree in Southeast Asian Studies at Leiden after graduating from Goldsmiths. She has now returned to Jakarta where she works as a writer and a digital communication specialist. She writes mostly on culture, design, urban lifestyle and art. Her particular interest is the rise of young artists who have contributed to the vibrant creative industry in Indonesia and she hopes to compile a proper written record on the subject one day. Aside from readjusting herself back home, Nin is paving her way slowly to become a curator and published author.
Email: n.atmodipoero (@alumni.gold.ac.uk)