We are committed to making our research, scholarship and practice come to life in the world for the benefit of our communities both local and global.
At Goldsmiths, our history and vibrant public culture underpin our commitment to engaging a broad range of publics in a positive, socially conscious and mutually beneficial exchange. We collaborate with a wide range of partners, stakeholders and participants based on our research and practice.
We engage locally, nationally and internationally, with a particular focus on working with communities in our civic context of New Cross, Lewisham and southeast London
Across 2022 and into 2023 the Civic & Public Engagement team led on coordinating Goldsmiths’ contribution to Lewisham’s year as London Borough of Culture, including leading on the cultural heritage project In Living Memory.
How we support Public Engagement
Public Engagement at Goldsmiths not only supports innovative, interactive events, but contributes to grant writing, training and a suite of resources that strengthens our public culture.