The Nuffield Theatre at Lancaster University programmes, commissions and supports a range of experimental and contemporary performance, live art, dance, and new media. The theatre is committed to supporting the development of emerging practice, bridging the gap between training and the profession. Our investment is towards the delivery of a programme of innovative work and to provide support for emerging artists and practitioners.
Paul McDevitt: Hunker Down
Paul McDevitt talks about his exhibition 'Hunker Down' at The Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster until 21st March 2015. For more details on the exhibition see: liveatlica.org/whats-on/paul-mcdevitt-hunker-down
Third Angel: The Life and Loves of a Nobody
The trailer for internationally celebrated theatre makes 'Third Angel' with their latest production 'The Life and Loves of a Nobody' which will be performed at The Nuffield Theatre, Lancaster on 27th January 2015. Further details can be found at: https://www.liveatlica.org/whats-on/third-angel-the-life-and-loves-of-a-nobody
Franko B: Someone to Love (Oct-Nov 2011)
An interview with international artist Franko B who opens his latest exhibition: Someone to Love at the Peter Scott Gallery in Lancaster on the 20th October 2011. The exhibition runs until 12th November 2011.
Further information available at: www.liveatlica.org/whats-on/franko-b-someone-to-love
Amy Sharrocks Museum of Water (6-10 May 2014)
Museum of Water is a collection of publicly donated water and accompanying stories. Accumulating over two years in different sites worldwide, Museum of Water is an invitation to ponder our precious liquid and how we use it.
Amy will be exhibiting some of her water collection donated by the Lancashire public in the Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster University , 6-10 May 2014.
If you'd like to donate to the collection – meet Amy at the gallery on Saturday May 10th 2014 (midday – 4pm)
For more details on the project visit www.museumofwater.co.uk
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Interview with Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard (Jumpers, 2013)
An interview with Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard on the opening of their latest film installation 'Jumpers (what must I do to be saved)' at the Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster University
This exhibition ran from 25th January - 22nd March 2013 at the Peter Scott Gallery.
Stories from Sea Breeze The Making Of A Seaside Spectacle HD
Featuring specially composed and arranged music, a choir of local singers, and stunningly beautiful architectural projection, Sea Breeze breathes life into the forgotten corners of the building, stirring up dust and dreams, exploring memory, decay, and what it means to survive.
Testing Media Mel Brimfield (Oct - Dec 2014)
Mel Brimfield provides an insight into her practice and the work which is on display at the Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster University until 6 December 2014.
Lee Krasner, Jackson Pollock, Tony Hancock, Max Miller and Vincent Van Gogh - although perhaps not as you would imagine. Mel Brimfield's complex practice takes a skewed and tangled romp through the already vexed historiography of performance art, simultaneously revealing and inventing a rich history of collaboration between artists, dancers, theatre makers, political activists and comedians.
Initiated by the Art Fund and the Contemporary Art Society, Testing Media is a scheme that explores the challenges of contemporary collecting. Following a national process, two acquisition awards were made to focus on collecting performance. In partnership with the Harris Museum & Art Gallery, Preston, Live at LICA has looked at the work of Mel Brimfield. The resulting co-acquisition features an incredible 19 works that demonstrate Brimfield’s multifarious practice.
The whole acquisition is on display for the first time to both celebrate the Testing Media scheme and form part of Live at LICA’s programme for Lancaster University’s 50th Anniversary. The display demonstrates the significant work and legacies created through long-term support and partnership working.
Live at LICA (Lancaster)
Sited on the Lancaster University campus, Live at LICA (Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts) brings a wealth of UK and international artists of the highest calibre to Lancaster every year in public programmes of professional theatre, dance, exhibitions and concerts.
Live at LICA venues include Lancaster International Concerts, the Peter Scott Gallery and the Nuffield Theatre. All three are sited within the Great Hall complex at the north end of the Lancaster University campus.
Further information on our work is available via: www.liveatlica.org
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