Learn about how and why London’s culture and the creative industries makes London a leading global city. Supporting London’s culture, creative industries and night time economy during the COVID-19 outbreak. A Luton based charity showcasing high quality arts and cultural events across multiple sites. We deliver four main events that are part of Luton’s annual events calendar, as well as those linked to national celebrations and a range of arts and cultural activity across the town. Imagine if you walked into an elevator and the leader of your local council is stood there – what would you say?
However, we also understand that arts and culture has a wider, more measurable impact on our economy, health and wellbeing, society and education. Our teaching and research isclosely linkedto ourimpact and engagement activitiesand our staff and students are leaders and enablers of creative and cultural practice in the region, nationally and internationally. Several programs are underway to bring the distinct arts and culture of the ancient Nabataeans and other historic residents of AlUla to visitors, including ceramics, leather, textiles, stone-carving and more.
What’s happened already in the region?
The School of Arts and Cultures is highly successful in several key aspects ofteaching,researchandengagement. Media, Culture, Heritage Brings together ami-entends-tu.org staff and students to understand a complex fast-changing world. The unit offers innovative, immersive, and lively research and learning opportunities.
- Local organisations involved in arts and health programmes in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.
- Music As one of the largest music departments in the country, we offer extensive performing opportunities for students.
- For a further glimpse into Sheffield’s past, a visit to Bishops’ House is a must.
The Bid Support Unit provides support to our researchers throughout all stages of the research life cycle. Discover more about sports teams, our get active programme and gym membership. Browse on campus accommodation options from our university accredited partners. Find out about our Open Days, including online events, campus tours and webinars. Support and information on admissions, fees and funding and courses for applicants from outside of the UK.
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Dominika is an Investment Analyst for the Arts & Culture Impact Fund, a social investment fund offering repayable finance to arts, culture and heritage organisations across the UK. The new fund is our biggest to date and the world’s largest social impact investment fund for the arts, culture and heritage sectors. The value of arts and culture to people and society outlines the existing evidence on the impact of arts and culture on our economy, health and wellbeing, society and education. In addition to the traditional arts, contemporary artists are finding creative ways to express themselves amid AlUla’s extraordinary landscape. Desert X 2020 brought 14 contemporary art installations from acclaimed artists to AlUla that complimented the region’s magnificent landscapes and storied heritage.