The organisation formally known as LPAC will be re-launched under a new name after a consultation which saw 260 students, staff and audience members co-design a new organisational vision and a plan for transformation in four key areas: People, Perception, Programme and Place.
This is a two-part author event.
In Bethany Walker’s latest book Olly Brown, God of Hamsters, Olly is hamster-obsessed! His dad won’t allow pets in the house but dozens of hamsters show up anyway: they are all really smart and they seem to be worshipping Olly … as a god! Awesome!! Bethany has been a primary school teacher and an educator in a range of weird and wonderful museums. She lives in Lincolnshire with her husband and their two children.
Emily-Jane Clark is an award-winning TV comedy writer who has turned her pen to children’s books. The Beasts of Knobbly Bottom: Attack of the Vampire Sheep is the first of a brilliantly funny series, with illustrations by Jeff Crowther, about, well, scary sheep, girl power and a lot of garlic bread.… She lives in rural Northamptonshire with her two young daughters and teaches drama to primary school children.
Date:Sat 14th Oct 2023
FREE (Booking Required)
This event will be hosted at Lincoln Museum (formerly the Collection)
Notebooks at the ready, prepare to furiously fill them with insights from inspiring keynote speakers, panels and workshop events exploring some of the burning issues from behind, above and beside stage.
Delivered by Dr Rosi Fieldson.
Are you part of Lincolnshire’s creative and cultural community? Then why not head over to the Lincoln Art Centre for this Creative Meet Up taking place during Frequency Festival.
Stay in touch by signing up to our mailing list
Enter your details below to subscribe to our newsletter and receive exclusive offers, event announcements, projects and news