Goldsmiths describes the university’s degree shows as ‘an eclectic programme of free exhibitions, shows and performances showcasing the exciting work of our latest graduates. Discover the very best emerging talent from a range of creative and innovative disciplines across London this summer.’ For further information on all degree shows and a stream of social media images and posts please visit Goldsmiths’ official degree show . Don’t forget to use the hashtag #GoldsmithsDegreeShows to have your photos feature on the Goldsmiths website.
The BFA degree show is a Goldsmiths staple and one of the most popular degree shows in the University of London network. The BFA degree show features paintings, installation, sculpture and performance from the third year BFA students. The Goldsmiths BFA degree show is one of the biggest at Goldsmiths with work exhibited in Ben Pimlott Building (), St. James Hatcham Building () and Richard Hoggart Building ().
The Fine Art degree show opens on Thursday, June 16th with a private view beginning at 6pm and draws to a close at 9pm. The show is also open from Friday, June 17th through Monday, June 20th from 10am-7pm (except Sunday June 19th: 10am-4pm only.) The show is free and open to the public.
Goldsmiths Fine Art // via Instagram: susiepentelow
Hannah Wilson // via Instagram: @emmalwilkins
Nicole Lenihan // via Instagram: @nicolelenihan
Lydia Merrett // via Instagram: @lydiamerrett
provides Goldsmiths art in the heart of East London. The 2016 show has been titled Known Unknowns and features work by the graduating Design students.
The show opens with an industry private view on June 16th from 6pm and will run through Sunday, June 19th from 10am-6pm. The show will be open on Monday, June 20th as well from 10am-4pm. The show is free to attend and open to the public from Friday, June 17th.
Known Unknowns // via Facebook
Elena Terrones-Huet // via Twitter: @knownunknowns_
Joseph Curle // via Twitter: @josephcurle
Stephen Curtises // via Twitter @knownunknowns_
Media and Communications
The Goldsmiths BA Media and Communications degree show features work from the department’s numerous creative practices: radio, journalism, animation, documentary, screen fiction, photography, creative writing and interactive media along with work from the BA Journalism course. The show takes place on the Goldsmiths campus in the Professor Stuart Hall Building () which houses the Media and Communications department.
The show opens with a private view on June 16th from 6pm-9pm. The show continues through Monday, June 20th and is open to the public from 10am-5pm every day. The show is free to attend and is open to the public. The private view will have refreshment sponsorship from the in New Cross. You can RSVP to the private view on the Facebook event . A catalogue of student work will be available at the private view.
BA Media Degree Show 2016 // via Facebook
Gemma Pecorini Goodall // via Instagram: @gempecos
Joshua Noon // via Instagram: @goldmediashow16
Roxannah Rio Linklater // via Instagram: @goldmediashow16
Hunted // via Instagram: @goldmediashow16
The Goldsmiths Visual Cultures department offers various BA and MA degrees including the BA Art and Art History Degree. The students will exhibit work in Studio B behind the Professor Stuart Hall Building and on the third floor of the Ben Pimlott Building.
The show opens with a private view on June 16th from 6pm-9pm and is open through Monday, June 20th. The show is open every day from 10am-7pm (except Sunday the 19th where the show will close at 4pm). There is no need to RSVP and the event is free to attend. You can view the Facebook event .
BA Fine Art and Art History Degree show 2016 // via Facebook
Sophie Balding // via Instagram: @sophiebalding
Emily Lloyd-Hart // via Instagram: @emilylloydhart