In advance of Mental Health Awareness Week in May the School of Architecture and Design (SoAD) held a Mental Health evening in collaboration with the Architects Benevolent Society Read More
At our Watts building there are specialist facilities for use by all students and staff across the university. Book now! Read More
Hannah Croft, Textiles graduate, is developing a reputation as a “material futurist”, creating unusual and unique concepts including one new fabric which has crystals “growing” in it. Read More
History of Art and Design academic Annebella Pollen has won a competitive commission to write a popular history of the British Council’s Visual Arts Department and Collection. Read More
When your place has been confirmed you officially become a University of Brighton student!
Keep an eye on your inbox as we’ll be keeping in touch with you by email to let you know more about: Read More
Good luck to everyone receiving exam results this week!
If you’ve had a change of heart about what you want do next, or your exams have gone differently from what you expected, Clearing is an opportunity to assess your options and explore the possibilities. Read More
Work by 2nd year Textiles students has been praised as being of a ‘very very high standard’ by a visiting team from clothing company H&M. Read More
This term, I worked on a project that was divided into two parts. The first explores ways of welcoming the older LGBTQ+ community into traditional housing by using symbolism and parallax. Read More
Students and staff have collaborated with Worthing Museum and Art Gallery for a free event on 30 June. Read More
My practice explores the ambiguity of image, human presence and domesticated space. Read More
As a knitwear designer, I love experimenting with how you can manipulate the structure of the stitches to create three dimensional forms. Read More
I explore the relationship between materiality, creativity and consumerism by attempting to ‘reshape’ the identity and hopefully our relationship with some materials of the very lowest value. Read More
My practice explores the psychological dimension to experiencing and understanding the ecological crisis by weaving together narratives from biology, geology, philosophy and personal experience. Read More
To mark International Women’s Day in 2018 we are celebrating the achievements of just some of the academics working here at Brighton. Read More
Catch the University of Brighton Drama Society’s production of Mary Shelley’s classic at the university’s own theatre space. Read More
Second year Knitted Textile students will be leading yarn based skill sessions in a relaxed creative space at the Brighton Chamber of Commerce Summit 2017 at The Clarendon Centre in Brighton on Friday 13th October. Read More
University of Brighton is partnering with the Arts Council’s Brighton & Hove Poetry Festival this year – and you have until 18 October to enter the poetry competition, with the winner announced at the November event. Read More
Tuesday 5 September sees the launch of this festival that is SO much more than it sounds – the city of Brighton is host to this year’s event, with over 150 free events asking the big questions and featuring names such as Lauren Laverne and Professor Jim Al-Khalili. Not to be missed!
Fashion and Textiles lecturer Dr Vikki Haffenden explained the reasoning behind women’s clothes sizing for listener’s of Radio 4’s More or Less earlier today. Read More
Two University of Brighton graduates have been tipped by one of the UK’s top furniture stores as designers of the future. Read More
Good luck to everyone receiving A-Level results! Read More
Two sets of identical twins from Graphic Design, Mr Glastonbury himself Michael Eavis, trans campaigner Fox Fisher and Jake Chapman have all been celebrated at the Brighton Centre. Read More
Four Fashion Communication students have been chosen by young person’s cancer charity Trekstock to travel to London to discuss their campaign ideas. Read More
The first part of the Masters Show, showcasing the work of PG students on MA Fine Art, MA Digital Media Arts and MA Inclusive Arts Practice, starts on July 8 running until July 15.
Emily Brooke, who invented the Blaze Laserlight as part of her final year degree course at the university, has been awarded an MBE for services to the economy and transport. Read More
The brief for my studio was to imagine how life could be in 2061 and create a narrative of what happens over the years and then speculate how architecture would respond to these changes.”
“My final piece is called Pub Crawl, a series of illustrations which document drinking culture in Brighton. I was inspired by Brighton’s fantastic range of quirky pubs and the darker subject of binge drinking which surrounds them.” Read More