School of Arts and Media

We work closely with colleagues at the School of Arts and Media, delivering events, exhibitions, workshops, lectures, scholarships and CPD opportunities for our students and communities. We curate the New Adelphi Exhibition Gallery at the heart of Peel Park campus; and run the annual Graduate Scholarship programme in collaboration with Castlefield Gallery.

The School is one of the leading centres for practice-based education in the creative disciplines within the North West, taking pride in offering specialist programmes which benefit from close relationships with industry.

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School of Arts and Media
Undergraduate and post-graduate courses

Including Art and Design, Dance, English, Fashion, Journalism, Film TV and Media, History and Politics, Music and Performance.

New Adelphi Theatre

A hi-spec theatre space at New Adelphi building, the new home for creativity on campus. Regular music, performance, dance, theatre, comedy & more.
For further info, programmes and ticket booking, visit

Further contacts:

Digital Curation Lab
at MediaCity UK

The Digital Curation Lab (DCL) at the University of Salford was established in 2019 on the MediaCityUK Campus as a place for all activities within the institution associated with the field of Digital Humanities to come together in a collaborative environment.

The DCL is designed to create opportunities for all to explore the intersections of digital technology, creative arts, information management, humanities, social sciences, and associated areas of engagement.

The lab offers PGCert, MRes and PhD opportunities in Digital Curation

University Archives & Special Collections
part of Library Services

The Archive & Special Collections host material relating to the history of the University, from its foundations in 1896 up to the present day. This rich and diverse resource supports academic research, teaching and learning, while also being of wider interest to local historians, genealogists and anyone with an interest in historical research.

Explore the Archive & Special Collections here.