LU Arts offers creative activities and arts events for all Loughborough students to enjoy outside of your studies. Find out more about what we do.
Join us as we showcase some of the best music talent on campus in our popular performance night, featuring a mixture of solo and group performances covering a range of styles.
We're encouraging students to take time out from their studies and unwind with our free weekly programme of fun and uplifting activities in halls. Sessions range from hands-on practical workshops to informal discussions and physical activities.
We commissioned talented Graphic Communication and Illustration and Fine Art students to create drawings for our mindfulness colouring book. Find out more information inc where you can collect your free copy from on campus.
Find out what's available for you if you’ve an interest in the Performing Arts; from live events and NT Live screenings to performance societies, workshops and scholarships.
Discover our music offer and how you can keep on playing and enjoying music at university; from music tuition and practice rooms to scholarships and societies.
Find out about our popular Speech Bubble performance poetry nights, creative writing evening classes and arts scholarships.
Discover the Loughborough University arts collection, sign up to creative evening classes and find out about artists talks and exhibitions on campus.
Explore the different ways you can get involved in the arts, whatever your level of interest and ability; with student societies and groups, evening classes, one-off workshops and discussion events.
Learn about our annual arts scholarships, with cash prizes and tuition/mentoring, as well as student arts grants to fund your own creative projects and events.
Find out where you can perform, rehearse and enjoy arts activities on campus.
Discover the university arts collection and its history, with artworks and public sculptures dotted around campus.
Our contemporary art programme, working with artists and Loughborough University academics to create new encounters between art and research.