University Of The Arts London School Of Arts

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Facilities Explore our studios, social spaces and teaching rooms.What’s on? Keep up-to-date with all the latest news and events.Get in touch Contact us if you have any questions or queries.Visit us You’re welcome to come and meet us anytime. As a creative community with great heritage, the School of Arts is preparing you for this new landscape through the provision of education, knowledge and choices. We’re opening up an entire world that takes you on a journey, whether this is towards further study or working in a national or international sphere.

In a truly collaborative environment, our students learn with and from those who influence their fields of study and research, as well as continuing to perform and practise their craft on a global stage. Film and Media Studies students at Hull have access to fantastic facilities on campus. We’ve invested £9.5 million in creating a world-class concert hall, cinema and theatre space, on top of our existing state-of-the-art TV, film and digital media facilities. The School of The Arts at the University of Hull is a vibrant, multi-disciplinary, arts community which specialises in the creative industries, drama, film, game and graphic design, media, music and music production. SOTA is Berkshire’s leading part-time performing arts academy and theatre school, providing a professional, vibrant and fun environment for 3-18 year-olds to enjoy dance, singing and drama classes. Being a student at Birmingham School of Art you will join a community of learners who are all creative thinkers and makers.

You will also have access to careers advice, work placements, paid and voluntary work opportunities and career mentoring. The School Of Arts is proud to have a strong partnership with Modern Art Oxford. The partnership places an emphasis on diversity and access to participation and professional development opportunities within the creative sector. A range of initiatives including an internship scheme for Oxford Brookes BA Fine Art students provides a platform for the next generation of creative professionals. Our courses combine the academic rigour of traditional programmes with professional development components in a creative setting. They nurture and build independent thinkers who think critically and produce innovative work.

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The School currently has researchers engaged in practice-based research, and theoretical and archival research across the fields of Art & Design, Digital Media, Film, Music and Publishing. We have a series of research groups across all disciplines, where staff engage with and share their research projects . We also encourage student-led research initiatives, such as the Contemporary Art Research Unit and the Live Art and Performance Group , where students are supported in developing their own work. We provide health and wellbeing services, financial guidance and support to develop your study skills.

  • The school is treasured for its nurturing and inclusive atmosphere, by all those who attend classes in one of its’ three bustling studios.
  • Our staff at the School of Art are practicing artists, designers and writers.
  • Our school has a lively research culture and holds a high esteem both nationally and internationally.

At London School Of Arts we offer, one to one music lessons for all ages and levels as well as group lessons for Drawing and Painting, Ballet, Salsa and Street Dance classes. We prepare student for their grade exams and follow an individual method for each student knowing that all students learn in different ways. We make sure our students learn the theory with the notes and all the other technical aspects of the instruments they play. This makes a big difference in their Grade exams and their future music career after graduating from LSA.

The School of Arts is a central hub for activity across anthropology, archaeology, film, music, philosophy and theatre at the University of Bristol. Our school has a lively research culture and holds a high esteem both nationally and internationally. Most of the programmes are taught in Dutch, but LUCA offers six full-English MA programmes on its campuses in Brussels and Leuven.

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Our spacious creative and performing arts studios are equipped with industry standard facilities from harlequin-spring dance floors to 3D printers. Be visionary in specialist studios with the latest industry technology, collaborate with other artists and designers as well as media and technology students, and be inspired by practising professionals to develop your own authentic voice. Research community Our staff contribute to current debates in TV and film, theatre, the media and the music industry. They provide a crucial link between the School, our students and global organisations. At Roehampton, we place immense value on community and creativity. Our academics and students are diverse, dynamic, innovative and international in their outlook.

We also have a beautiful parkland campus, in the heart of south-west London. Our new Design Centre offers a professional building for students to develop their creative talent. Our students are taught how to do this – but also to think differently – and we give you the confidence to bring all this talent out into the world.