Hi hackers and music-hackers,
a quick email for those who wrote to me to express their interest in the MA in Computational Arts at Goldsmiths. We’re running an open day on Wednesday the 21st of November from 4-7pm. I’ll be in the main hall in the Computing stand answering questions and chatting to people most of the evening.
You’ll also get to see our amazing hacklab with all the latest gadgets, 3D printers, laser cutters and more!
At 6pm I’ll be giving a short presentation about the MA/MFA where I’ll going into more detail about the courses we teach, the work that our students have done in the past and I’ll be answering more specific questions.
During the open day you’ll also be able to see the labs where we teach, you’ll get to play with the latest gadgets we use to make computational art and you’ll meet other members of staff too.
Join us for an evening of computational fun!
When: 4pm - 7pm (my talk at 6pm) Wednesday 21 November
Where: Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building, Goldsmiths SE14 6NW
Event info: https://www.gold.ac.uk/open-days/
Hope to see you there. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me!
If you can’t make it have a look at the links below.
What do our students do?
Here are some final projects from last year’s cohort:
Who will teach you?
You should be taught by the best creative practitioners in their field. Here’s who was teaching on the MA this year. Look them up!
Need more information?
For more information as well as how to apply visit the link below.
Dr Theodoros Papatheodorou
Senior Lecturer in Computational Arts
Department of Computing, Room 6, 29 St. James
Goldsmiths, University of London