What better place to enjoy a picnic than the beautiful landscaped grounds of University Park? Throw in live music and a host of free activities and you’ve got a perfect way to spend a summer’s afternoon.
One of the most important collections of late-twentieth century and contemporary art in private hands is […]
Appears in Issue 71
The pioneering use of art from the early 1800s in helping to treat people with mental […]
Appears in Issue 70
Tags: Althea Thauberger, Art in the Asylum: creativity and the evolution of psychiatry, Associate Professor in the Division of Psychiatry and Applied Psychology, Dr Victoria Tischler, Lakeside Arts Centre, Marat/Sade, Peter Weiss
Emma Biggs and Matthew Collings are successful artists and writers, and will discuss their involvement with writing and the making of art by critically analysing different forms of writing used in support of their work as artists.
The evening will be introduced by Dr Kathryn Almack, who will speak about her research exploring end of life experiences and care needs in the lives of older LGBT people; a UK-based project funded by Marie Curie Cancer Care. This will be followed by a screening of Gen Silent, a critically-acclaimed US documentary, which explores real-life issues facing older LGBT people in later life and towards the end of life.
Pop Art to Britart is attracting thousands of visitors to Lakeside Arts Centre.
Appears in Issue 73
Tags: Carphone Warehouse, Damien Hirst, David Hockney, David Ross, Djanogly Art Gallery, Impact: The Nottingham Campaign, Lakeside Arts Centre, LS Lowry, Marc Quinn, Nottingham Potential, Peter Blake, Pop Art to Britart, Sir Nicholas Serota
A world premiere is being staged at Lakeside Arts Centre thanks to an innovative collaboration between researchers, the NHS and the arts.
Appears in Issue 69
Tags: Director of Lakeside Arts Centre, Holly Webb, Impact: The Nottingham Campaign, Inside Out of Mind, Joanne Lloyd, Justine Schneider, Kezia Scales, Lakeside Arts Centre, Maurice Roëves, Meeting Ground Theatre Company, National Institute for Health Research, Professor of Mental Health and Social Care, REF, Research Excellence Framework, Shona Powell, Simon Bailey, Tanya Myers