Dr Caroline Kennedy joined Goldsmiths in 2019 and is a Senior Lecturer in Music.
A trans-disciplinary artist and practice researcher she specialises in creative practice.
Caroline is Associate Head Of School for the School of Arts and Humanities and Academic Co-Director of the Connected Curriculum. She convenes and teaches in postgraduate and undergraduate programmes in Popular Music and Creative Practice.
A singer-songwriter with a longstanding practice in song-based music, her releases span top 40 pop, experimental music and subcultural music scenes. She is also a painter and performer specifically concerned with post-capitalist art making.
- Phd 2017
- MA 2011
Teaching and Supervision
Caroline supervises projects focussed around song-based music, songwriting, trans-disciplinary creative practice, post-capitalist art and music practices and inclusion in art and music.
MMus Creative Practice, MMus Popular Music, BMus Popular Music
Caroline is a practice researcher whose work explores identity and selfhood through the imaginary of song canons.
Caroline writes about art and music using auto-fiction and auto-ethnographic approaches to explore trans-disciplinary artistic practices, social politics and the everyday.