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Patricia Mulligan

MA (Hons), MAA, BA (Hons) | Programme Manager – Art & Design

Patricia Mulligan is a graduate of Fine Art from Goldsmiths University, and a practising visual artist and lecturer, working between painting, printmaking and writing, and exhibiting widely. She has recently completed two years of postgraduate study in painting with Turps Banana and will commence an MFA at Goldsmiths University in 2022. Prior to this, she earlier gained an MA in General Arts at Edinburgh University (specialising in art history & anthropology), and a Master’s in 3D Design & IT from Birmingham City University (specialising in digital design and animation), working extensively as a digital designer, creative director and programme manager.


Roshanak (Roshi) Khakban

MA, BA | Assistant Programme Manager & Lecturer – Art & Design

Roshanak (Roshi) Khakban graduated from Central Saint Martins, The University of Arts London with an MA & BA (Hons) in Fine Art. Her creative practice varies from sculptures to installations and videos. As an artist, her interest in art and curatorial practices led her to continue expanding her knowledge of curation and curatorial practices to curate and design art exhibitions collaborating with artists from all over the world and from different disciplines.


Gal Sapir

MA, BA (Hons) | Graphic Design Lecturer – Art and Design

Gal Sapir graduated from the London College of Communication, The University of Arts London with a BA (Hons) in Graphic and Communication Design, and Central Saint Martins, The University of Arts London with an MA in Design Studies. He is a practising painter and a graphic designer. Previous fine art interests were the merging of digital image-making and traditional fine art mediums. As a graphic designer, he has many years of experience specialising in branding and web design.


Emily Woolley

MA, BA (Hons) | Graphic Design Lecturer – Art and Design

Art Licks Weekend, APT Gallery (LDN), Bankley Gallery (MCR), Copeland Gallery (LDN), AMP Gallery (LDN) and Unit 1 Gallery (LDN). She has also been in residence at Unit 1 Gallery (LDN), Merz Barn (CU) and Guest Projects (LDN). She is a finalist for the 2021 National Sculpture Prize and has been awarded the Gilbert Bayes Award by the Royal Society of Sculptors.

Her website is emilywoolley.com, check it out!


Lea Jagendorf

MA RCA, BA (Hons), PGCE |Graphic Design Lecturer – Art and Design

Lea Jagendorf is a graphic designer and a design educator, with an MA in Graphic Design from the Royal College of Art in London, and a PGCE in Design & Technology from Goldsmith University of London. Her design work includes branding, identity, wayfinding and books for the Arts, culture and non-profit sectors. Alongside her design practice, Lea develops and delivers workshops and CPD sessions for the Design Museum, Wellcome Collection, Fixperts, Bow Arts, Manchester University, Creative Education Trust and more.

You can view her work at leajagendorf.com and read her blog on engaging young people in design at whydesignmatters.co.uk


Richard Jackson

BA (Hons)|Graphic Design Lecturer – Art and Design

Rich graduated from Loughborough College of Art and Design in 1996 and has since worked in advertising and brand communication agencies for many clients, from blue chips to start-ups. With over 25 years of experience, 15 of which in agency and over 10 years as a freelancer, he offers real industry insight and a wealth of knowledge to students across branding, packaging, advertising, print and digital communications.

Rich currently splits his time between sharing his knowledge and experience with graphic design students while actively working with clients across London and the UK.

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