Every year Theatre Studies invites several of its alumni back to talk about their current jobs and the career paths they took to get there.
Imagination is a partner in new interdisciplinary EPSRC Research Hub will to drive forward UK research in the Internet of Things (IoT).
Feminist Movie Mondays hosts its regular screening for January, as well as two special events.
LICA Fine Art lecturer Sarah Casey presents a new exhibition in collaboration with cosmologist Kostas Dimopoulos and anthropologist of science Rebecca Ellis.
LICA's PhD students present an engaging Visual Arts Show at The Storey from the 24th-28th of November.
LICA's Professor Tim Etchells is featured in two group exhibitions: Periodic Tales: The Art of the Elements at Compton Verney, Warwickshire, and Risk at Turner Contemporary, Margate.
Professor Timothy Etchells of LICA will be featuring his work for the duration of EXPERIMENTICA in Cardiff.
Lancaster Theatre Professor Andrew Quick has created a new piece of theatre called The Train with Marche Teatro, LICA, The Castle in Wellingborough and The Old Market in Brighton and supported by Arts Council England. The piece will be coming to the UK in 2016 but has started its life in Ancona, Italy in two weeks.
The Peter Scott Gallery (of Lancaster Arts) will host a symposium which places Barthes' theoretical writings on forms of creativity alongside his lesser known, but substantial, archive of drawings. These presentations will additionally explore the work of further writers and artists who employ multiple media.
Artist and LICA PhD Theatre Studies student Louise Ann Wilson's project Warnscale is featured on BBC Radio 4's programme 'Ramblings' with Clare Balding.