The School of the Built Environment (SOBE) at the University of Salford will be holding the 12th International Post-Graduate Research Conference at MediaCityUK from 10th – 12th June.
Showcasing the best creative work from the University of Salford’s School of Arts and Media students, Create Festival takes place at MediaCityUK and Allerton campuses and features art and design degree shows, original theatrical performances, live music, student journalism and media awards ceremonies, a fashion runway show and a range of other exciting events and installations.
European premiere of Nancy Galbraith’s Passion According to St. Matthew conducted by Tommy Octave - just 3 months after it received its world premiere in Pittsburgh USA - featuring students and professional musicians from Pittsburgh and Salford.
The University of Salford is proud to host the 6th European Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction conference (EU-SSSI), "Working the Interactionist Tradition: Contributions, Legacies and Prospects", which will be held at our MediaCityUK Campus from 29 - 31 July 2015.
The Human Rights and Dementia International Conference, which will be held on the 10th and 11th of September, will provide leading insights into the progress made so far and policies put in place to help achieve wider awareness of dementia.
Salford International Media Festival provides a vibrant forum for media stakeholders to debate the current climate and play an influential role in shaping the future of the sector. The Festival builds on the rich history of the Nations & Regions Media Conference, widened now to provide a platform for academic discourse and debate and an inspirational programme of activity to support next generation media talent. The Festival features three distinct complementary events over four days in November 2015, providing an accessible programme for a national and international audience with many opportunities to network.