State-of-the-art technology sits alongside inspirational Grade-II listed buildings at the newly expanded Creative Campus.
The city centre site was purchased by Liverpool Hope for just £1 in 1997, and an extensive renovation project began. In 1999, the Gerald Manley Hopkins Hall of Residence and Cornerstone Building were officially opened to students, and HRH The Prince of Wales visited the campus in 2000.
In the 21 years since, the Creative Campus has been transformed, with the addition of the Capstone Theatre and now a purpose-built Arts Centre located on the front of Shaw Street.
Complete with Fine Art studio spaces, a film viewing gallery and exhibition space, the Arts Centre is the ideal space for creativity and expression.
This new addition complements the new School of Creative and Performing Arts’ expansive facilities, which include two theatres, two dance studios, two black box performance spaces, a musical technology laboratory, a recording studio, a fabrication lab, and studios for Graphic Design, painting, sculpture, wood, ceramics, metal and textiles.