Lancaster Fine Art graduate named one of the north-west’s best
A one day symposium at Lancaster University bringing together practice and perspectives on negotiating the absent, unseen and unknown across art, science and social science.
A Lancaster University Fine Art degree course student has won two art prizes. Alice Adams, 20, is one of the successful entrants to Tate Modern’s competition, ‘What is the Future of Art?
Artwork depicting the diversity of everyday life and the surreal nature of human expression earned two students top honours.
Work exploring social issues from homelessness to digital futures and political issues from animal rights to environmental concerns is on show now at Lancaster University.
A BRIDGE Fellowship has been awarded to Alan Marsden, senior lecturer in sound, by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS)
A critical look at how we are shaping digital technologies and, in turn, how digital technologies are shaping us is captured in a new exhibition in Liverpool.
Dr Linda O'Keeffe's work is being exhibited at the Ormston Gallery in Limerick. The sound installation called 'My Voice is Still Lost', explores two different pieces of text relating to Ireland’s transition from a colonised space to a free state and the impact this had on Irish society and Irish women.
Lancaster Arts at Lancaster University are thrilled to announce an exciting series of events for 2016's Open. Occurring annually during the summer term, Open aims to expand the artistic presence on Lancaster University's campus through thought-provoking exhibitions and events.
With support from the LICA and FASS research funds, Nigel Stewart will be presenting The Dusk Wood a new choreographic work, under the aegis of Sap Dance at TURN, the annual dance festival at Contact, Manchester on Saturday 23rd April.