Artist, Goldsmiths student & CEN8Gold Volunteer, Javeria Khan, showcases her recent collection “Trance” and gives a brief introduction to her art and work methodology. I began sketching as a childhood hobby. I would dream up love stories and create a story board for them. My mother encouraged me and I became the best Art student…
A review by Isabelle Feilchenfeldt When I was confronted with Paul Auster’s almost 900-page long novel, I dreaded the thought of starting it due to its length. And yet, I almost cried when finishing it within a week as I was devastated by the thought of it ending. 4321 by Paul Auster is one of…
Neil Gaiman’s work has been produced and adapted into so many forms that Hazel couldn’t help but return to his work for her final CEN8 adaptation article.
The Expanse series explores the bloody conspiracies of 23rd century space, but how well does the vast universe of a space opera translate to screen?
Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is back in theatres! Read on to explore 2 opposing views of the West End revival.
How did Neil Gaiman manage to translate a novel which involves heaven and hell, Atlantis, and witches into today’s exciting Amazon Prime masterpiece?
This year 16 of our student volunteers completed Goldsmiths’ prestigious Gold Award – congratulations and well done to them all! Here’s a little slideshow of just some of them at yesterday’s event! Thank you to Kuan-Yuan Chu (himself one of our Gold Award achievers) for putting this slideshow together and, as ever, Hazel for the…
This month we celebrate Eliza’s fantastic work on the CEN8 Heritage project and admin team!
Ex-volunteer Christina Deakin talks us through her exciting work abroad and in the UK.
Anne-Louise explores the superb production of Rosmersholm, a play full of political melodrama.