LUCA School of Arts has two locations in Brussels where they offer a variety of art-related training: campuses Sint-Lukas Brussel and Narafi.
Campus Narafi boasts Brussels’ most picturesque campus site. The professional Bachelor in Film and Photography are taught in the castle in the midst of the Duden Park. This campus also played an important part in the history of televison in Belgium. The castle, located in the hilly surroundings of Forest, was built one of the highest points in the city, making it a fitting place for some experiments. Long before the first televised show by the NIR in 1953, this campus was involved with making and creating televison.
Campus Sint-Lukas has been a haven for Arts students for more than 125 years now. It underwent a renovation recently, combing authentic neo-gothic details with a sleek modern addition, offering a spectacular view on the Brussels’ skyline. Students who follow an architectural degree at the KULeuven also have classes in these buildings, making this campus the epicentre of creative, energetic, artistic student life in Brussels.