Partnerships and Working with Us

Goldsmiths fosters relationships in the local and wider London community, giving rise to exciting opportunities where the public can engage with our research, scholarship and practice in different ways.

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Being Human Festival

Sounds from the Gardens was created in partnership with the Being Human Festival and saw the public engage creatively with natural sounds and recording equipment.

Victoria & Albert Museum

As part of London Design Week and the V&A's Digital Design Weekend, Windrush: Arrival 1948 transformed into an interactive installation at the museum where nearly 300 people participated in a weaving workshop after navigating a 'hostile environment'.

Civic collaborations in Lewisham

Horniman Museum & Gardens

In 2019, Goldsmiths signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Horniman Museum & Gardens after the success of events such as Horniman X Goldsmiths Late. Sounds from the Gardens in November 2019, hosted in the museum's grounds, was the first event held as part of this understanding.

Lewisham Shopping Centre

Windrush: Arrival 1948 was exhibited in Lewisham Shopping Centre for several months in 2019 and encouraged the public to share their own thoughts and feelings on personal landing cards.

Lewisham Council

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, contributing to Goldsmiths’ Civic Engagement Strategy.

Councillor Brenda Dacres, MP Vicky Foxcroft & Warden Frances Corner at the Battle of Lewisham mural launch 2019.