LU Arts

LU Arts run a student-focused arts programme which gives you plenty of opportunities to enjoy and/or get involved in the arts during your time at Loughborough University London.

LU Arts is Loughborough University's arts programme and offers staff, students and the wider community a range of arts activities to see, get involved in and enjoy. Over the academic year LU Arts provides a number of opportunities for the Loughborough University and Loughborough University London community. Take a look below at some of the current opportunities.

Upcoming opportunities

Speech Bubble Co-Ordinator

Are you a student with a passion for performance poetry and an interest in event management? LU Arts is looking for a Speech Bubble Co-Ordinator to organise two events this year. You could earn £400 and gain valuable skills in marketing and events - and have some fun!

Apply by Monday 12 October 2020.

Find out more on the LU Arts website.

Arts and music scholarships

Are you a talented musician, writer, performer or artist? Then why not apply for one of LU Arts' annual scholarships. They're open to all students and you could win £200 plus free tuition or mentoring in your art form for the year. You'll also get the chance to showcase your talents.

Apply by Monday 19 October 2020.

To find out more and download the simple application form go to the LU Arts website.

Ongoing opportunities

Become an arts worker

You can earn money, get free training and gain new skills and experience by joining LU Arts pool of arts workers. They are looking for students who can become arts workers and run workshops in any creative skill or craft. You'll be trained up and paid for any bookings. If you're interested, then email luarts@lboro.ac.uk telling them a bit about yourself and the skills you can offer.

Find more information on the LU Arts website.

Contribute to Loughborough's virtual magazine

Did you know that Loughborough University has an online creative magazine? The Limit shares content from the Loughborough and London student community, with feature articles, video workshops and tutorials and creative writing. If you want to have a go at writing or recording content for The Limit then get in touch with the LU Arts team at luarts@lboro.ac.uk or via social media. If they like your idea, they'll pay you and publish your work!

Find more information on the LU Arts website.