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Home is Where the Art Is...

We're beginning to plan for Spring 2025, focusing on themes of migration, journeys and what it means to be 'home'. Find out what we're interested in below and how we work with the dreamers, makers, thinkers and doers...

Fresh off the back of a two month festival of work from emerging artists from the School of Creative Arts, and with the imminent unveiling of our Autumn Hope and Joy Season, the team here at Lincoln Arts Centre are casting their minds forward to 2025; in particular the spring February – May period.

With support from Arts Council England, each year we curate two seasons of contemporary visual and performing arts. We do this through our artistic policy called Open to Ideas, which details what our priorities are and what types of work makes up our programme, and the process by which we select our seasons.

In addition to our year round priorities (new technologies, knowledge exchange, children and young people etc), our volunteer Critical Friends help us choose a theme to focus on for each season. For Spring 2025 we are actively exploring new contemporary performance or visual art works that connects to the themes of home, journeys, movement and migration. Home Is Where the Art Is will be a celebration, interrogation and exploration of what home means. Whether that be close to our home in Lincolnshire, or further afield.

So take a look at our Open to Ideas policy and please share with your networks. Due to the overwhelming volume of proposals we receive, we can’t respond to each individually, however, if we are able to take your proposal further, we will contact you as soon as possible.

  • Published:
    Mon 24th Jun 2024
  • Posted by:
    Kayleigh Hunt