It is the arts that give us our cultural wealth, and those who engage with the arts learn to look at the world differently.
The University of Brighton offers an annual calendar of cultural engagement. Events, exhibitions, research and community projects inform the way we teach and learn, reaching into and beyond the city, developing opportunities around the highest levels of practice.
Read more about our ethos and objectives as scholarly practitioners and researchers in the arts and humanities.
The University of Brighton is a key part of cultural life in Brighton. With a city centre venue, gallery and theatre, we connect with the region's artists and audiences in many ways as well as providing a nationally reputed base for courses across the cultural disciplines.
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