Exhibition of oil paintings by Fay Collins @ Thomas Storey Gallery, NICE cafe bar Lancaster from 3rd October to 29th October 2014
From Sunday 18th May – 26th July, Lancaster based artist and filmmaker Benjamin Oliver brings you a collection of his latest works under the OXYOPIA banner at the Ashton Memorial Gallery, Lancaster.
First Fridays is an innovative scheme offering people in the Lancaster district and visitors to the region the opportunity to explore new cultural experiences by trying something different for free or at reduced prices on the first Friday of every month.
The Dukes Gallery, Moor Lane, Lancaster LA1 1QE
Invitation to exhibition preview – Tuesday 16 October, 6.00pm Demi-Paradise Productions are glad to continue our relationship with Lancaster’s professional producing house, The Dukes Theatre, i n showing the work of our artists in residence and compay photographer.
Green Close Studios is currently delivering an exciting new project, which explores the heritage of the Lancashire Witch trials and the 400th anniversary in 2012, of their trial and subsequent death. The Lancashire Witches 400 project will consider the heritage of Lancashire, the historical context of religious and social persecution and its relevance to intolerance and injustice today. We will be working with Professional Historians – Robert Poole and other heritage professionals, to consider the role of the ‘witches’ in 1612 and also the Lancaster based charity Stepping Stones Nigeria in order to develop an understanding of current human rights abuses towards children today accused as ‘witches’ in the Niger delta.
This year’s Curate the Campus art project will run from 1st -12th May 2012. Keep your eyes peeled as you walk across the Lancaster University campus as you might stumble across some unusual sights and sounds