Hear Me Roar, Lancaster's feminist festival, is taking place between the 26th April and the 3rd May 2017.
Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Art has been ranked 1st in the Complete University Guide, 2018, for Drama, Dance & Cinematics (which includes Theatre and Film).
LICA's Ian Heywood, Nick Dunn, Alan Marsden and Paul Coulton will be participating in the Open Senses Symposium taking place on the 19th May 2017.
Dr Emmanuel Tsekleves (ImaginationLancaster) is featured on Parkinson's UK website in an article called 'Exploring playfulness in Parkinson's', looking at part of his research scoping work.
Design for Life by Stuart Walker, Professor of Design for Sustainability at Lancaster University, will be published on the 18th April 2017
Design Routes is a collaborative, 3-year AHRC funded project, involving Lancaster University, University of Leeds and Manchester Metropolitan University
Imagine an environment so submerged, tangled and lost it can only be visited by scuba divers.
LICA's Theatre Professor, Elaine Aston, took part in this stunning event at Goldsmiths, University of London.
A Dean at the Royal College of Art is to take up a key leadership role at Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts (LICA).
The glare of almost perpetual digital day light is stealing those all-important fundamental relationships with our nocturnal cities.