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Radar is Loughborough University's contemporary arts programme commissioning new work that responds to the context of the campus.
Radar is Loughborough University's contemporary arts programme commissioning new work that responds to the context of the campus. Radar aims to stimulate participation and debate through its cross disciplinary working with artists and academics identifying research and using it as a stimulus for developing new artistic outputs that are presented across the campus and the town. Radar offers audiences the opportunity to engage with ideas being explored within each programme through commissions, films and critical debate.
Join us for the launch of Cécile B. Evans' 'How happy a Thing can be' at the Design School. The exhibition focuses on how contemporary society values emotion: its production, hierarchy and representation within culture. Read more
Take part in a series of workshops looking at how we experience, mark and respond to climate change in our lives, delivered by the artist Rachel Jacobs as part of her new project The Prediction Machine. Read more
A series of photos from the Talk/Action event from Thursday 27th March are now available to view online. The event was an evening of performances and films responding to research around conversation analysis. Read more