Aims of LSE Arts

  1. Contribute to and enhance student and staff experience at LSE through a wide-range of arts activity.
  2. To capitalise on a unique opportunity at LSE for developing an international programme of exhibitions and events which link art and the social sciences.
  3. To promote an arts programme that is of interest to LSE student and staff and public audiences.
  4. Establish a reputation for staging engaging and high profile exhibitions and talks which contribute to intellectual and cultural life and profile of the School.



From top left to bottom right: The Muse, publication by the LSE Literature Society; Life Drawing Class, LSE Visual Arts Society; Clare Market Review, LSE student journal; 2009 Photo Prize winner, Deeper by Professor Sylvia Chant; 2009 Photo Prize winners Sylvia Chant, Xuan Cao, Matilde Emma Gawronski, Bruno Serdoura and Arts Coordinator, Richard Hylton; 2009 Photo Prize winner, Memories from Poland by Bruno Serdoura.