The third of our bid writing workshops was held in Blackburn with Darwen council offices on the 28th March 2018.
A second year Fine Arts student within LICA, diagnosed with autism at an early age, has set up an organisation, the first of its kind in the UK, to help socially anxious people.
The popular Sky Arts TV programme which aims to uncover some of the country’s most talented portrait artists has featured the work of a Lancaster University student.
Young’s new project, Fractured Affection, explores questions about your reaction when an object you hold dear is broken, or a strongly held belief betrays you.
ImaginationLancaster, within Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts (LICA), has been one of the few UK institutions to receive funding in the competitive AHRC-led call, which awarded projects to arts and humanities researchers to tackle anti-microbial resistance.
Pete Rai, Cisco, Mark Prisk MP and Rachel Cooper OBE, meet to explore the potential of connectivity posed by the continued growth of the Internet of Things (IOT)
Mirror images reflect imagination at city exhibition
Does Design Care…?, an International workshop of design thought and action, took place at Imagination, Lancaster University on 12 and 13 September 2017.
The results of the 2017 National Student Survey have revealed that 97 per cent of our Theatre (Drama) students in LICA are satisfied with their course ranking this course 9th in the UK.