The School of Creative and Performing Arts is situated just a short walk away from the heart of Liverpool – a city with a long and proud world-class creative tradition. Whether you are planning to study Dance, Design, Drama, Film, Fine Art, Graphics or Music with us you would be encouraged by our highly committed, friendly and supportive academic colleagues - all of whom are engaged in the international worlds of creative practice and scholarly research
* We offer postgraduate provision across the spectrum of creativity from music, performance, creative practice, film through to art history & curating and museum & heritage studies. We are currently revising our suite of masters awards. If you are interested in knowing more about any of our programmes please contact Ann Houghton, Administrative Assistant who will put you in touch with the relevant Programme Leader.
Your learning experience would take place on our beautiful Creative Campus, with its award-winning Angel Field gardens, all just 15 minutes walk from Liverpool city centre. The Creative Campus is a mix of historic and new buildings, all of which have been converted or constructed to provide state-of-the-art learning, performing, creative, living and socialising spaces for our students.
Collaboration, creative diversity and interdisciplinarity are at the core of all that we do, whether within a given subject discipline or across several. Having a fabulous concert hall, a large number of performance and fine art studios, along with significant digital learning facilities all next-door to one another, the potential for exciting creative collaborations is made all the easier at our Creative Campus.
Our students in the School of Creative and Performing Arts enjoy many exciting opportunities arising from the relationships and/or partnerships with many of Liverpool’s finest creative institutions: Tate Liverpool, FACT, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, National Museums Liverpool, The Everyman & Playhouse Theatres and SoundCity.
All of our subject disciplines are rooted in the practice of tradition, while working with the theories and technology of the present, in order to prepare our students for the creative professions of the future.