Loughborough University Arts Festival

From: Wed 6 June, 1:00pm
To: Sat 16 June, 4:00pm

Venue: School of the Arts, English and Drama

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This year sees the launch of a brand new Arts Festival at the University celebrating the creative arts here on campus and brought to you by the School of the Arts, English and Drama and LU Arts.

Over ten days, there is a full and varied programme of FREE daytime and early evening events, talks, workshops and exhibitions featuring students' work, academics, alumni and invited guests. Events include:

Michael Landy, Young British Artist best known for the performance piece installation Break Down (2011) in which he destroyed all of his possessions, in conversation with Professor of Fine Art, Craig Richardson - Wed 6 June, 1pm

Kerry Featherstone, lecturer in creative writing, in conversation with writer and poet Kate Rhodes - Thu 7 June, 1pm

Arts Degree Show 2018 - 9-15 June 

Re-Imagining Citizenship, a live Skype conversation with Cuban installation and performance artist Tania Bruguera - Mon 11 June, 1pm, accompanied by an exhibition jointly curated by the Politicized Practice, Anarchist and Theatre and Performance Research Groups.

Andy Selby, Senior Lecturer in Illustration and Animation, in conversation with illustrator Katy Halford, creator of Moz the Monster (John Lewis Christmas ad 2017) - Wed 13 June, 1pm

Joan Fitzpatrick in conversation with Masterchef's William Sitwell on the history of food and food in literature - Fri 15 June, 6.30pm

For details on all the events and how to book please visit the festival website: www.lborouniartsfestival.co.uk 


Loughborough University Arts

Martin Hall Building

Loughborough University

Loughborough LE11 3TU, UK


01509 222 948