The National Festival of Making bring their second public realm installation to Blackburn this year following the postponement of the 2021 festival. The festival team continues to bring cultural experiences to the North West, connecting people with each other and
Lancashire 2025 has launched its Bid Programme Call
Lancashire is bidding to become UK City of Culture 2025. It will be the first time that a county has envisaged itself as a virtual city and the team at Lancashire 2025 needs you, the citizens of Lancashire, to help build a programme that will win this prestigious competition. Winning will bring about major change and lasting benefits for all of Lancashire.
The Lancaster Arts Partners (LAP) are hosting two Get Together zoom networking events for creatives in the Lancaster & Morecambe district and we’d love for you to join us at either one of the two events, which are being held on zoom on Sat April 24th from 10.30 to 12.00 or Weds 28th April from 6.30 pm to 8 pm.
The Oct-Dec 2020 season events brochure from Lancaster Arts is now available
Keep A Light On (KALO) Open Call for Projects Artists in Lancaster district are invited to submit project proposals for KALO About KALOIt will invoke the spirit of Lancaster’s much-loved annual Light Up Lancaster (LUL) at a time when people
Unfortunately due to the ongoing situation regarding COVID-19, this November’s Light Up Lancaster festival including the Fireworks on the Saturday evening will not go ahead.
Since the lockdown we have been very busy at Lancaster Arts! We’ve reflected on how we, together with artists, can best contribute to these very hard times and have been looking at imaginative ways of enabling artists to ease isolation and disconnectedness. Each strand of our Breathing Space programme (listed below) is designed to help people connect with each other and at the same time, support the freelance artistic community in the northwest.
LAP Chair Jocelyn Cunningham talking on BBC Radio Lancashire about how local arts organisations are responding and working together during lockdown.
The Arts Council (England) have published a page of FAQs on their public-facing website to help manage the high volume of queries from grant holders and applicants.