Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts is an interdisciplinary arts hub connecting University of Sussex with wider regional, national and international arts communities. The centre presents a seasonal programme of film, music, installation, performance, dance, live art, discussion debate.
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts is guided by the values championed by Sir Richard Attenborough (former chancellor of University of Sussex) in his life and work: human rights, social justice, creative education and access to the arts for all. Michael Attenborough CBE is the patron of Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts.
As part of the University of Sussex, Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts supports innovation in research by academics and works regularly with the campus community to support teaching, student projects and conferences.
Why do you support the Living Wage?
We believe how you do what you do is as important as what you do. We strive to push ourselves further in all aspects of our business practice to play our part in creating an equitable society. Paying our core staff, freelance staff, and casual staff; as well as the artists with whom we collaborate fairly is fundamental to this ethos and we are proud to be a Living Wage employer.