We are committed to providing an outstanding Goldsmiths education. Your participation makes a huge difference to what we can achieve together for our current students.
Your support has meant that talented students could come to Goldsmiths in the first place, or stay here when financial hardship has struck.
Your support has also enabled more than 300 projects that have given students the opportunity to explore their creativity and potential. Below are just some of the projects that would not have been possible without your generosity.
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More projects brought to life by alumni and friends
- Walking for Wellbeing - a programme of physical and intellectual activities to help alleviate depression and mental health issues
- Cultural Awareness Project - an intercultural space to enhance cultural awareness and stimulate debate through a series of workshops, seminars and discussions
- Black Metic Experience - an in-depth digital archive of black metic poets that will be a permanent fixture at The Goldsmiths Writers’ Centre
- Learn a Language - cementing, augmenting and enhancing the foreign language skills of students and staff at Goldsmiths
- Students' Union clubs and societies including Women's Basketball, Mountaineering, Dance, Muay Thai and Musical Theatre
- EnclaveLab - an experimental curatorial project space for current MFA Curating and Fine Art students at Enclave, Deptford
- Student-led interdisciplinary workshops - the opportunity for students to learn specific, technical skills that are not part of their academic teaching
- Deptford Conchies - a full-length production of an original play written by Goldsmiths Professor Tim Crook, dramatising the secret trials of conscientious objectors
- Telegraph Hill Festival - a collaborative project between Goldsmiths and the local community
- Fieldwork Fables - Anthropological films innovating the teaching of research methods
- Production of square vinyl records - student-led record label and artist collective squareglass
- Student organised collaborative conferences - exploring themes such as Pedagogy for Liberation and Simulation and Environment
- Plus: first editions of magazines, exhibitions, installations, screenings, performances, online platforms, specialist equipment, talks and events