Creative residencies from the University of Brighton

Creative residencies from the University of Brighton

The role of artists in our society is changing all the time. Collaborative projects are much more common than they used to be and Artists are more often called upon to work in a wide range of contexts. The advantage of such an art residency for the learning and research process is that it gives an artist the opportunity to inhabit and work in a fresh location and context. An artist can take up such a residency for a number of different reasons. At root, they kick start the development of fresh artistic interests and ideas. On such residencies, inspiration can be conjured up by being dropped into a different physical environment which leads in turn to new ideas, social engagements and interventions. 


Peacehaven Pioneers

Peacehaven Pioneers at University of Brighton, College of Arts and Humanities

Work Experience

Creative work experience

Students from the University of Brighton can enjoy a residency at the nearby opera house and country park.


Cawdor Residency

Students and staff from Brighton have the opportunity to live and be inspired by the Castle of Cawdor near Inverness.

The seats of Glyndebourne

The Glyndebourne Residency

Students from the University of Brighton can enjoy a residency at the nearby opera house and country park.

The Glyndebourne Residency

Students from the University of Brighton can enjoy a residency at the nearby opera house and country park.

Cawdor Residency

Students and staff from Brighton have the opportunity to live and be inspired by the Castle of Cawdor near Inverness.

Creative work experience

Students from the University of Brighton can enjoy a residency at the nearby opera house and country park.

Peacehaven Pioneers

Peacehaven Pioneers at University of Brighton, College of Arts and Humanities