Big things expected at Lancaster show
The Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary
Arts event will showcase talent across a range of degree subjects including art, design, film and theatre at the University’s 2019 degree show, titled ‘Coordinate’.
And it promises to be bigger than ever. Historically, the show has welcomed more than
500 visitors but, due to its popularity, it has been extended this year.
Visitors can expect to see painting, drawing, sculpture, new media work, film, innovative design projects, performances and film and theatre screenings.
Pip Dickens, a lecturer in Fine Art and the Degree Show Coordinator, said: ‘This year we will see the largest amount of performance artists exhibiting, capturing the contemporary arts ethos of Lancaster University. The show is free and attracts talent scouts and art collectors from all over the country.’
Coordinate opens on June 20 from 6pm to 8.30pm and runs until June 29. It is open Monday to Friday 11am-5pm and Saturdays 11am-4pm.
The venues are The
Peter Scott Gallery and Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts Building.
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One of the performance artists appearing as part of the Lancaster show