“Be sure to choose the right postgraduate course – be Brave, it might be something very different than what you think!” Read More
“Give yourself permission to do something that makes your heart sing, and trust the process when it feels messy. ”
“I have loved my time at Brighton. Jayne and Jo, our course leaders have been fantastic. They have really lived up to the course mentality of inclusivity by being extremely flexible to help prevent exclusion on days when having a new baby made it hard to join in.” Read More
It’s not just about the art practice, it’s also about the artists and giving everybody a chance to be creative. Read More
University of Brighton students worked with participants from the charity which supports people with learning disabilities, autism and/or mental health issues on the Working Together project, a response to the recent Brighton Centre for Contemporary Arts Lloyd Corporation exhibition. Read More
See the latest posts from the University of Brighton’s masters course on which students learn to initiate and manage inclusive arts projects with diverse and marginalised groups.
“No matter how difficult it was for me to get out of my comfort zone and handle my study and life under the pandemic at Brighton, I found it worth taking the chance of moving from my home country to a completely new place for a new beginning… I was given huge support and encouragement from my course leader, lecturer, and a beloved mentor who taught me numerous valuable lessons and helped me become more confident in my path”
The 2018 MA Shows get underway next week, with students across three courses tackling themes such as insomnia, pollution, internet addiction, gender fluidity and much more. Read More
Students on our acclaimed Inclusive Arts Practice MA are at Tate Modern this week as part of the creative exchange module, exploring the theme Resourcefulness, Art and Everyday Life. Read More
The University of Brighton has been shortlisted for a national award for bringing together people with learning disabilities and non-disabled collaborators to work together on creative arts projects. Read More
My influences come from various sources, conversations, film, music and the general ebb and flow of life. Read More
A series of free talks, programmed by the University of Brighton, is taking place at the Tate Modern this week.