November 2, 2022

Artists' Film & Moving Image Master's

Goldsmiths, University of London

Sam Risley, Coppice, 2022. Single-channel 4K video projection; screen made from fallen cedar; Alder viewing bench made from Alder that fell from natural causes during Storm Eunice; Stereo sound, 35mins. Installation view, Goldsmiths’ University of London. Courtesy of the artist.

India Sky Davis, The Life Cycle of Rainbows (still), 2021. Video. Courtesy of the artist.

Gerard Ortín Castellví, Acrimonia, 2019. Installation view, Goldsmiths’ University of London. Courtesy of the artist.

Aoibheann Greenan, Dingbox (still), 2020. Video. Courtesy of the artist.

Carla Andrade, Ningún río me protexe de min (No river protects me from myself), 2019. Multi-channel video installation. Installation view, Goldsmiths’ University of London. Courtesy of the artist.

Rita Morais, Há ouro em todo o lado (There is gold everywhere) (still), 2022. Single-channel film installation. Courtesy of the artist.

Bronte Dow, Soundings, 2019. Single-channel video installation; sound; 46min. Installation view, Goldsmiths’ University of London. Courtesy of the artist.

Leonie Kellein, A Wing Beat! A Wing Beat! 2022. Single-channel video installation, sound, sculptural objects. Installation view, Goldsmiths’ University of London. Courtesy of the artist.

The MA Artists’ Film & Moving Image at Goldsmiths is now welcoming applications for entry in September 2023.

This unique twelve-month, intensively taught practice-based master's is aimed at artists and filmmakers working within the field of artists’ film and moving image who wish to develop their practice and professional networks with the support of Goldsmiths' Department of Art.

The programme is centred on the individual experience that each student brings, developing as artists who want to innovate in the expanding field of moving image. Students are challenged to synthesise the knowledge and understanding gained from its bespoke curriculum linking practice, theory and professional development into a reflective approach to the intellectual, aesthetic, social and technical processes necessary to bring their individual artistic project in moving image or related media from idea to realisation.

The curriculum provides an integration of discursive and practical teaching, facilitated by Goldsmiths faculty and visiting lecturers. A seminar series addressing the histories, contexts and futures of artists’ moving image is complemented by practice-oriented seminars and workshops. Special consideration is given to how new technologies, emerging practices and hybrid genres might be informed by historical models as much as radically challenge established norms of working with the moving image.

A principle concern that spans across the programme is a sustained consideration of the material display and discursive reception of artists' film and moving image within a gallery context and the agency of a pluralistic moving image in relation to the fixed plane of the cinematic or networked screen.

Benefitting from its location in London and strong affiliation with professional bodies and institutions, the programme emphasises professional development through bespoke mentoring and workshops with leading professionals and study visits to film festivals, exhibitions and institutions.

Recent visiting lecturers and academic faculty include: Abbas Zahedi, Joshua Bonnetta, Maeve Brennan, Jasmina Cibic, Adam Chodzko, Rabz Lansiquot, Lydia Ourahmane, Filipa Ramos, Shubigi Rao, Rachel Rose, Ben Russell, Alia Syed, Zoe Whitley, Andrea Luka Zimmerman, Rehana Zaman, Rindon Johnson, Ben Rivers, Laura Huertas Millan, Steve Reinke, Janice Kerbel, Victoria Chalklin, Laura Grace Ford, Stephen Johnstone, and Programme Director, Gail Pickering.

Applications for entry in September 2023 are now open, with a priority deadline of January 20, 2023. We are hosting a virtual information session on Wednesday November 9; please write to artistsmovingimage [​at​] if you would like to join this event, and for any questions about the Artists’ Film & Moving Image Masters or the application process.

For more information on the programme, available scholarships and how to apply online, please visit here. Keep up to date with all programme activities by following us on Instagram: @goldsmithsartistsmovingimage.

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