Arts and Culture – inspiring creativity and innovation
Arts and Culture play a significant role in the life of the University of Kent. We are committed to embedding creativity in the lives of our students, staff and local communities, as well as playing a leading role in the development of cultural and creative industries in the UK and beyond. We offer an impressive range of state of the art venues for exhibitions, live music, dance, theatre, cinema and comedy including the Gulbenkian, Colyer-Fergusson Concert Hall and Studio 3 Gallery in Canterbury and in Medway the Galvanising workshop live music venue. Students on both the Canterbury and Medway campuses can take part in a wide range of extra-curricular music making as well as a range of arts and cultural activities organised by the various student societies on both campuses. We also support students studying at our Paris School of Arts and Culture in initiatives such as their MA festival in 2018 REVOLUTIONS.