Our people Joan MA Filmmaking (Directing Fiction) "At Goldsmiths I learned to be a director. I thought I was one before, but I really wasn't." Filter profiles Filter profiles DepartmentDegree type Filters for Department AnthropologyArtComputingDesignEducational StudiesEnglish Language CentreEnglish and Comparative LiteratureInstitute for Creative and Cultural EntrepreneurshipInstitute of Management StudiesMedia, Communications and Cultural StudiesMusicPolitics and International RelationsPsychologySocial, Therapeutic and Community StudiesSociologyTheatre and PerformanceVisual Cultures Filters for Degree type BachelorsMPhil/PhDMastersOther undergraduate Close filter Filter profiles Art Oona Doyle MFA Curating "I was at the epicentre of where new ideas were being formed, which was very exciting. The programme seemed very on point regarding contemporary issues, notably around technology, ecology, politics, gender." Ying-Hsuan Tai MFA Curating "Our programme and Goldsmiths itself offered an environment to explore contemporary art and rethink how we can work within the arts in different ways." Marina Maximova MFA Curating "The programme appealed to me also because I was keen to explore the wider understanding of curating, which goes beyond the exhibition making and considers public programming and social projects." Helena Lugo MFA Curating "I felt the art department was a space for exchange, encounters, friends and collaborations, but most of all, with the freedom for creating and developing your own work." Julia Marchand MFA Curating The MFA Curating programme at Goldsmiths is devoted to individual research whilst facilitating group discussions on specific themes...I was looking at a programme that could provide me with the tools and the feedback to develop my own area of research, which I could then translate into curatorial terms. What I learnt throughout the process was a different story. I am now working in a major arts institution! George Vasey MFA Curating I went to Goldsmiths because I wanted to be in a critical and reflective environment. I talked to a lot of people who had gone through the programme and it felt like a place where I could develop my own curatorial voice. It offered space, great tutors, a peer group and time to interrogate my working processes.