Grand Parade Campus
In the heart of Brighton, our Grand Parade campus is home to a thriving community of student artists, photographers, designers and, in their own Pavilion Parade annex, our humanities students in politics, history and history of art, design and dress.
It is situated near to the vibrant city centre, close to the Brighton and Hove museum and Art Gallery the seafront, the Royal Pavilion, the historic Lanes and the buzzing atmosphere among the quirky shops of the North Laine.
This campus is approximately a 10-15 minute walk from Brighton train station and less than 5 minutes walk from Old Steine, which provides frequent buses to Brighton and beyond.
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Subject areas taught here are:
- Fashion and Textiles
- Fine Art
- History of Art and Design
- Humanities: History, Philosophy, Culture and Politics
- Photography, Moving Image and Sound
- Performance and Visual Art
- 3D Design and Materials Practice
- Visual Communication (Graphic Design and Illustration)
The university library serving the campus is Saint Peter's House Library, with a dedicated collection of resources for art, design and critical studies. There is an excellent restaurant and cafe bar, built around the grassy quadrangle. The University of Brighton Gallery and Sallis Benney Theatre is based here, as is the University of Brighton Design Archives and Screen Archive South East. Among the faculty-wide facilties based here are the Centre for Research and Development, the faculty administration offices and senior management of the University of Brighton College of Arts and Humanities.