Computational art pop-up & MA open day (London, 10th May)

Hi hackers,

a few of you have written to me to visit Goldsmiths and the MA in Computational arts and there’s now a fantastic opportunity to do so! The students on the MA are organising their work-in-progress computational art show, named Echosystems which promises to be great!!! (see attached flyer below) In a room of the same venue there’s also going to be a short presentation about the MA followed by drinks at Buster Mantis nearby where some students will perform live computational work.

It’s a great opportunity to:

  • see the kind of work you could be doing on this course
  • speak to students themselves
  • explore the state-of-the-art facilities
  • learn more about the course in a short presentation (optional)
  • experience live computational performances at Buster Mantis
  • have a drink and meet people!

It promises to be a lot of fun!!!


When: this Thursday 10th of May
4:00pm popup exhibition starts
7:00pm Presentation of MA programme & quick tour of hackspace
8:00pm Live student performances at Buster Mantis
See attachment for event flyer.

Professor Stuart Hall Building - basement foyer
map: (nearest tube New Cross Gate or New Cross)
see attachment for local map

If you can’t join us, read more about the MA/MFA here

Keep up to date with what’s going on by visiting the MA blog:

See you on Thursday!

Dr Theodoros Papatheodorou
Senior Lecturer in Computational Arts
Computational Arts MA/MFA Programme Leader (website & blog)
Department of Computing, Room 6, 29 St. James
Goldsmiths, University of London