Pedagogic Revolution – Showcase event for the newly rebuilt Skills Hub
New academic skills resource to support all involved in teaching
Showcase of creativity, passion and hard work from Media, Arts and Humanities students
A celebration of work from students on Media Production, Music, Music Technology, Journalism and Filmmaking courses
Panel including Sussex staff and alumni seek to define a possible ‘cultural recovery'
Final event in Sussex's contribution to the Brighton Festival looks at what a 'cultural recovery' and what else it could imply
Sussex Art History graduate appointed Director of Whitechapel Gallery, London
Curator and writer Gilane Tawadros takes on new role as she returns to campus to speak about a ‘cultural recovery'
Sussex research answers global challenges, as REF 2021 identifies its ‘world-leading’ quality
A major review has identified the ‘world-leading’ quality of research at the University of Sussex, which tackles the grand challenges of our time.
Panellists announced for Making Space: Decolonial Interventions in Contemporary Art
Three artists and curators joining Sussex Stuart Hall Fellow for Brighton Festival event
History Professor features in film telling the untold story of anarcho-pop band Chumbawamba
Brighton Festival to show punk version of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol telling the untold story of Leeds-based anarcho-pop band Chumbawamba
Rebuilding cultural connections: University of Sussex programme for the Brighton Festival 2022
Details of Brighton Festival 2022 events co-presented with University of Sussex Festival of Ideas and Attenborough Centre for Creative Arts
Brighton Festival event for Sussex Stuart Hall Fellow
Susuana Amoah explores how imaginative de-colonial strategies can address cultural inequity in public art institutions
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