On behalf of the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), the Faculty of Culture and Creative Industries is excited to announce the second year of the Lancashire Arts Festival, showcasing the amazing talents of our creative students. This year’s festival includes an extensive programme of degree shows, performances and events, open for a range of visitors, from prospective students interested in a career in creative industries, to business people who are keen to engage with UCLan’s creative talent.
Our Performance and Media students have arranged a diverse programme of events, including a two-day music festival, Future Sound, taking place on Friday 11 May until Sunday 13 May. There are also a number of contemporary performances taking place throughout May. View further information regarding all of our events. (link through to the event listings).
If you are a decision maker in a fashion, textile or lifestyle related business, you may be interested in attending our fashion show as previewed at Graduate Fashion Week in London. View our Fashion Show event listing for more information.
The Faculty of Culture and the Creative Industries have five schools that offer a vibrant range of subjects. Our students and staff work creatively and collaboratively across this exciting range of disciplines to open up new avenues to explore and new opportunities for learning. The Lancashire Arts Festival is a great opportunity for prospective students to explore how they can get involved.
We hope you enjoy our Lancashire Arts Festival and look forward to welcoming you to UCLan. It’s going to be amazing!
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Lancashire Arts Festival is held at the University of Central Lancashire’s main campus in Preston, a vibrant and friendly city in the heart of the North West. 30,000 students live in Preston, making the city a lively, diverse and contemporary place to study. Preston is also one of the most networked cities in the country, with close access to the cities of Manchester and Liverpool as well outdoor hotspots including the Lake District and the coastline. Our Visit UCLan page provides a more in-depth look at what the University and Preston has to offer.
Parking is free of charge across all of the University’s carparks throughout the duration of Lancashire Arts Festival.