Lincoln artists are throwing open the doors to their studios for an exclusive look into their creative process and ongoing projects, accompanied by interactive activities suitable for all ages.
Lincoln Arts Centre announce the four Associate Companies and six Innovate Artists benefitting from the biggest support offering for early and mid-career artists in its history.
Fresh off the announcement of their Routes In Roles, Lincoln Arts Centre continues to make strides in artist development and support. Announcing its largest direct investment into artists and Lincoln-made creative projects in the organisation’s history.
We’ve only just began to recover after a crazy weekend at Lincoln Arts Centre that was jam-packed with arts, crafts, workshops, talks, performances & participation. We can’t believe how many lovely faces we saw walk through our doors! It was truly a weekend to remember, so let’s look back at all the wonderful stuff we got up to.
The University of Lincoln, UK, is to join esteemed company all over the country by joining.
Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, owned and operated by University of Lincoln, has received a grant of £71,600 from the Government’s £1. 57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help the organisation recover and reopen.
***An update on our re-opening*** Unfortunately, with the implementation of a new national Lockdown we have no choice but to cancel our re-opening plans for Lincoln Performing Arts Centre until April 2021 at the earliest. If you have booked tickets for any socially distanced live events scheduled during that time you will be contacted shortly.
Make your own The Snow Hare in Winter Decorations and see them featured in the show! Lincoln Performing Arts Centre (LPAC), in collaboration with Under the Bed Theatre, are inviting families to get involved with festive craft-making activities and to see their creations become a part of this year’s Christmas show for younger audiences, The Snow Hare in Winter. Themed around the characters and imagery of The Snow Hare in Winter the crafted decoration ideas are made using both recycled and arts and crafts materials, including cork baubles, cardboard tubes and washed-out tin cans to create baubles, bright-eyed owl lamps and tin lanterns.
Tickets: £10 per household // £20 to double it with a donation. Link active for three days from selected event date.
In response to new national lockdown restrictions which are due to come into force on Thursday 5 November, the performance by Aakash Odedra 2, which was scheduled for Saturday 7 November on the University of Lincoln campus outside LPAC has now been moved online. Whether you’re a LSFPA student thinking of joining Aakash Odedra 2 or simply want to enjoy some much-needed art in your lockdown life then now is your chance to see the style of work the company creates and performs.
Lincoln Performing Arts Centre (LPAC)’s Fire & Light Trail Postponed In response to new national restrictions, which come into effect on Thursday 5 November, LPAC’s sell-out event Fire & Light Trail, which was warmly anticipated by Lincoln locals has been postponed to the new year. The socially-distanced outdoor event, which was due to take place on Friday 6th November – just one day after the lockdown comes into place – was set to be the venue’s first public and non-digital event since it was forced to close its doors in March.
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