Edge Arts Community

The Edge Arts Community or EAC is exclusively for University of Bath students and aims to enable collaboration across all arts activity on campus to inspire a greater enthusiasm for creativity.

Keep an eye on this page and the options on the left of the screen to see upcoming events and opportunities.

Any University of Bath student can join the EDGE ARTS COMMUNITY for FREE. By signing up to be part of the community you will be part of something special.

  • Keep up to date with arts news
  • Discounted student rate for our classes, workshops and events
  • Invites to special EAC events
  • Mentoring and career development opportunities
  • You could be part of the EAC Advisory Board and programme future work and events

Join the Edge Arts Community online by clicking here or by visiting The Edge Box Office. For more information please contact edge-community@bath.ac.uk

Exclusive EAC tote bags are also available to buy from The Edge box office.

The EAC has kindly been supported by the University of Bath Alumni Fund during the 2017/2018 academic year.

EAC ADVISORY BOARD – recruiting now!

We’re looking to recruit 5 new members of our EAC Advisory Board – this is a paid role.

The board make decisions about the future of the EAC, planning events, opportunities and the strategic direction of the Edge Arts Community. It’s an exciting time to be part of this new scheme which aims to inspire and enable more creativity across campus. Our EAC Board members also benefit from additional development opportunities and make the decisions about what and how the EAC can provide a more creative culture for our students.

For more information about becoming an EAC Advisory Board member please click on the application form below or contact Alex Homewood a.m.homewood@bath.ac.uk. The application deadline is Friday 13th October.

EAC Advisory Board Guidance & Application – Word.doc

EAC Advisory Board Guidance & Application – PDF

Our current EAC Advisory Board members are:

Jasmine Chu, Maddi Gomez-Iradi, Catelyn Liao, Xue Ling, and Alastair Marsh