We are delighted to announce that Alison Moore will join our list of panellists taking part in A Weekend of Weird, 26 & 27 November.
A publication documenting the five commissions and numerous events that formed the Market Town programme will be available shortly.
'ough 'ough commission by Europa and Peter Nencini
Design collective Something & Son unveil a University Town Charter
In April Something & Son’s commission Market Lectures will come to fruition when market vendors and University lecturers will be trading places for a few days.
Studio Weave have been commissioned by Loughborough University to design a Bathaus (bat house) on the site of an abandoned 19th century cottage.
We wave a sad farewell to our town centre project space, the Market Town Corner, with a day full of activity celebrating the conclusion of three Market Town commissions.
A month of sessions in our free pop-up recording studio highlight the amazing musical talent of Loughborough.
On Saturday 6 February we will be celebrating the culmination of three projects being undertaken as part of Market Town.
Europa & Peter Nencini's commission continues apace, as they transform their research into a series of surprising and evocative object-studies.
Artist Kathrin Böhm and designers An Endless Supply kick off their commission with a series of free rebranding workshops looking at the power of branding.
STEALTH.unlimited's commission, Firing the Generator, gets off to a flying start with a series of three workshops with key figures of the local community.
Local makers, creatives, and independent businesses are treated to a workshop with Pete Mosley on connecting more effectively with their customers.
Left hand on the spacebar, right hand on the arrow keys - the internet just got a lot more exciting with the launch of Ruth Catlow's online game!
How much do you know about the history of Loughborough? We take a trip back in time with writer and local historian Alison Mott, and make some surprising discoveries...
The team from the Cheap Thrills! Zero Budget Film Festival descend on the Market Town Corner for a frightfully fun Halloween taster of all things film.
Market Town Corner comes alive with imagination again as locals produce a zine about Loughborough in the year 2188 with Nathan Jones and Sam Skinner from arts collective Mercy.
Artist Helen Stratford leads an interactive tour of local landmark Queen's Park that is full of surprises, insights, and local passion.
Ania Bas' commission for Market Town ends on a high note with a discussion evening entitled 'How to Run a Co-op?'
Loughborough market is no longer uncharted territory thanks to exploration and digital mapping event with Lara Salinas.
Robert Orchardson's new work, 'We are the sky', is now safely installed in its permanent home in the Schofield Building at Loughborough University.
Robert Sollis and Peter Nencini's recent research visit to Loughborough has resulted in some fascinating images of the town - both past and present.
Great success for Ruth Catlow as her game-jamming event becomes the first the take place in the Market Town Corner.
Radar's dedicated space, the Market Town Corner, is now open to the public. Situated in Carillon Court it's a space to find out more about our Market Town project, watch films and see exhibitions and take part in workshops.
The first discussion evening of the Market Town project is abuzz with ideas as we talk makerspaces, fab labs, and community workshops with experts in the field.
Ania Bas brings her Show Me How practical making sessions to families with a day of free workshops specially designed for children aged 5-15 and their loved ones.
Artist Robert Orchardson will be developing a new work for the atrium space within the refurbished Schofield Building at Loughborough University.
Our Market Town programme begins with a Think Tank. Key local stakeholders, academics and the commissioned artists come together to explore issues facing Loughborough and high streets across the country.
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