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Graphic used to promote event - the words 'Sound Good' with some spots of colour and musical notes - along with short description of the event

Sounds Good

BA (Hons) Music Performance and Production student Cameron Naylor talks about his recent involvement in the ‘Sounds Good’ installation at Leeds City Museum and describes how he created his piece.

26/10/20
Cameron Naylor Profile Picture Cameron Naylor
Scene from 'Ballast'

Northern Films School students have more festival success

Another wave of films produced by students from both our undergraduate and postgraduate filmmaking courses have been recognised at numerous national and international film festivals.

Francesca Tirpak signs of tenderness 2

LSA Festival Student Stories: Francesca Tirpak / Digital Journalism

Signs of Tenderness is a photobook dedicated to chosen family and platonic love, especially within a circle of queer people.

07/07/20
Fran - a young woman in her 20s with short hair and glasses Francesca Tirpak

Victor Newsome Exhibition

New exhibition celebrating the life an­d work of artist Victor Newsome goes on display in Naples

Montage of images from Johanna Elvidge's project

BBC Gardeners World Live

Postgraduate Landscape Architecture student Johanna Elvidge’s enjoying show garden success.

Oliver performing Ursonate Post-truth

Dr Oliver Bray performs in Venice

Dr Oliver Bray, the Dean of the School of Film, Music and Performing Arts and Head of Performing Arts performed his solo work Ursonate Post-truth in Venice on Friday 10 May.

People dancing

European Unions: Chapter One

Performance academics at Leeds Beckett University are collaborating with arts organisations across Europe to develop new, non-verbal methods of adult theatre education and increase participation in theatre.

Image from the film "A Protest, A Fear, A Mixed Message"

The making of "A Protest, A Fear, A Mixed Message"

Louis Le Prince Experimental Film Prize winner Rhea Storr discusses her new exhibition on West Indian culture.

22/01/19
Rhea Storr Rhea Storr
At the Tintin exhibition

Herge’s Adventures of Tintin: From Leeds Beckett to Cumbria University... and beyond...

I am a lifelong fan of Tintin – that ginger-quiffed, always-young, intrepid reporter who travelled the world, righted wrongs, battled dictators, foiled corrupt government plots, and made me want to do the same.

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