The Arts occupy an important position at Brunel. Music, drama, pottery, creative writing and the visual arts are all catered for at a range of ability levels, and the UBS Dance Society is one of the largest on campus.

The Brunel Arts

The Brunel Arts provides the space, tuition and specialist equipment required for your creative skills to flourish. It offers a variety of arts activities for all students, staff and members of the public, including:

  • a vibrant performing arts programme with weekly lunchtime concerts and a range of evening performances,
  • weekly classes in pottery, painting, life drawing, creative writing and the visual arts, as well as a wide range of choirs, instrumental ensembles and stage productions available to everyone, and free to Student members of the Brunel Arts
  • high-quality and up-to-date facilities.

For 2014/15, Brunel Arts Student Membership costs £20 (additional materials costs are applicable for some classes).

Undergraduate and postgraduate students who are not studying music as part of their academic course can also apply for Music Awards, to help cover the cost of continuing your music tuition.

See the information page for Freshers, or browse the Brunel Arts site for more details.

The College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences

Performance is a key element of many academic courses in the Department of Arts and Humanities at Brunel. As a result, the College runs many performance groups that are open to all Brunel students.

Visit the College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences website.

Page last updated: Monday 11 January 2016