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.
Design for Life - an exhibition by designer Stuart Walker at Brantwood, the home of John Ruskin in Cumbria.
Join Feminist Movie Mondays for their regular April showing at The Gregson Centre! This month's film will be Turn Me On, Dammit!, a Norwegian coming-of-age comedy film premiered in 2011.
As an artist or someone with a future in the Creative Industries, you will no doubt know that portfolio working is a big part of developing your practice and contacts, and freelancing is a way to 'earn while you learn'.
Gary Bettinson writes for Cineaste: America's leading magazine on the art and politics of the cinema
Theatre Studies at Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts are delighted to invite you to a free one day event for teachers of A-Level Theatre and Drama to be held at Lancaster University between 10:30 am - 4:00 pm on Friday 29th April 2016.
Join us on the 19th February from 2pm - 4pm for an exploration of where a Fine Art degree at Lancaster could take you in the future!
A group of six Theatre students are hoping to boost community engagement in Lancaster city through their project Creating Conversations.