Professor Stephen Davismoon, Associate Dean and Head of the School of Creative and Performing Arts, shares his thoughts on how the Creative Campus developments will transform the student experience.
“The campus has just become all the more vibrant and beautiful, thanks to the latest development work. We now have a fantastic new Arts Centre, which provides an impressive amount of studio space for students, a film viewing area, and a wonderful gallery space for both our students and external artists to exhibit their work.
“The Cornerstone Building has been opened up to show off the beautiful vaulted ceilings and create a large student social area and eatery, which I think all of our students will really enjoy. The impact of all this work for students is many fold; it will give them a fantastic number of new cutting edge study spaces and some really nice social spaces, as well as transforming how they will be taught.
“The study of each subject areas will happen in a variety of different buildings, which will mix up their learning experience and ensure students benefit from an interdisciplinary way of working. We have Music, Dance, Drama, Fine Art, Design, Graphic Design, Film and Animation all being studied and worked on next door to each other.
"I really can’t think of a more exciting and creative environment anywhere in the UK, such as this.”