Thursday 17 September
Join us for the last of the Show Me How practical making sessions, as two participants from previous workshops become the teachers and step forward to share their own skills.
In these sessions, learn how to make ethical jewellery and accessories from recycled bicycle parts, and beauty and cleaning products from natural, everyday ingredients. Both sessions are FREE to attend and open to all ages.
Saturday 19 September
You’re invited to take an exploratory trip to the market and, equipped with a GPS recording device, to document your experience – whatever that may be.
This workshop is designed for you to share your local knowledge, it's open to all ages but under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult.
Saturday 17 October
Part walk, part survey, part conversation, the tour will explore boundaries between natural and artificial spaces, exotic and native species.
FREE to attend and open to all ages.
Over the course of the coming year Radar will be working on a programme of commissions and critical debate that focus on the regeneration of the high street. Loughborough is not only one of the Portas pilot’ towns, where ideas from the review are being tested, but the University is also a leading centre of research into the future of retail. LU Arts will work closely with the two delivery partners, Charnwood Arts and Love Loughborough to develop a series of projects that will act as a form of action research.
Great success for Ruth Catlow as her game-jamming event becomes the first the take place in the Market Town Corner.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone to help support the successful delivery of the visual arts programme, not only to local audiences but to a national and international peer group.
Join us for the final Show Me How session as we create jewellery from recycled bicycle parts and household products from natural, everyday ingredients.
A contemporary arts programme inspiring participation and debate through cross disciplinary working between artists and academics. Radar engages with research and uses it as a stimulus to inform and develop new projects.
Delve into our archive of projects exploring the relationship between environment, audience and sound, the social history of music within the workplace, the communicative potential of the object, how history is created and share by people and more...
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