Famous Alumni of Goldsmiths College - Celebrities from Goldsmiths College
Ranked among the top 20 creative universities in the United Kingdom, Goldsmiths College offers 22 different degree programmes specializing in Arts and humanities subjects such as History of Art and Music. Situated in New Cross, south east London, the campus mesmerizes the crowd with its smell of gorgeous greenery. The university provides outstanding education to students from diversified cultures. The university has also placed itself among the top universities in the UK after the department of Media & Communications, Psychology, Anthropology Education, Sociology and History of London bagged the 1st, 3rd, 8th, 9th, and 4th rankings respectively, as per the Research Excellence Framework 2014. Katy B and James Blake, Alex James and Graham Coxon (Blur), Antony Gormley, Sam Taylor-Wood, Margaret Howell, and many more are a few famous alumni of the Goldsmiths College. Steve McQueen, nominated for Golden Globe Awards for his best role in The Sand Pebbles, Love with the Proper Stranger, Comedy in The Reivers studied at the Goldsmiths College. Linton Kwesi Johnson, the only black poet to be published in the Penguin Modern Classics series earned a degree in sociology at Goldsmiths College, Samantha Sam, a film maker, photographer and visual artist came into limelight with her debut Nowhere Boy in 2009 also studied here. Continue scrolling to know more about the famous alumni of Goldsmiths College.
Check out the list of notable Goldsmiths College alumni. Some of the notable Goldsmiths College students are Steve McQueen, Amelia Warner, Princess Beatrice of York, Damon Albarn and Damien Hirst.
The Most Famous Alumni of Goldsmiths College
|Damien Hirst||June 7, 1965||British||Damien Hirst is an English artist and entrepreneur who is most famous for his artworks of displays of dead animals and medicine cabinet sculptures.|
|Dame Vivienne Westwood||April 8, 1941||British||Vivienne Westwood is an award winning British fashion designer|
|Mary Quant||February 11, 1934||British||Mary Quant is a Welsh fashion designer and British fashion icon known for popularizing the miniskirt and hot pants|