Loughborough University Fine Art student, Amy Begent, made an animation for her final year project – featured in the Arts Degree Show – that celebrates the support her dad gave her when she came out to him as bisexual.
Earlier this week, a number of outstanding students from the School of Design and Creative Arts were recognised for their work as part of an online announcement via School’s social media channels.
Imagine finishing a stressful meeting and nipping off to a quiet corner of the office to stroke the walls and press the table so the serene sounds of a Japanese zen garden play…
LU Arts is pleased to unveil the winners of its first short film competition prior to a premiere of the successful entries later today.
On Tuesday 23 June, the University’s Art and Design Degree Shows will be launched as digital showcases for the very first time.
The University’s creative outlet LU Arts is pleased to announce the exciting and diverse programme of events for their virtual Arts Week.
Loughborough’s School of Poetry podcast has released its first video episode – ‘AI poetry, unexpected coal-trucks and Milton’.
A Research Associate in Digital Humanities from Loughborough University has organised an international online event to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Charles Dickens' death on 9 June 2020.
The chair of the Turner Prize jury, Alex Farquharson, surprised the art world when he announced that the 2020 prize will be replaced by ten bursaries of £10,000 each.
A small business founded by a current student and an alumna just over one year ago has added quirky postcards to their online shop to help the public stay in touch with their loved ones and keep one another in positive spirits during this period of social distancing, as well as raising money for the NHS.
The University’s Creative and Print Services team have created a number of colouring sheets that both children and adults can enjoy, which feature some well-known spots you may recognise from both of the campuses.
The second IAS Sound Theme Summit: An Artistic Exploration and Design Conversation has been launched online after postponing the event due to the COVID-19 situation.
A website exhibiting the photographic work of Loughborough students is now available to view online.
Back by popular demand, Cabaret will return to Cogs on 16 March as part of the Happy Mondays programme, bringing with it all the glitz, glamour and sparkle of a classic Cabaret club.
Dr Joanna Boehnert, Lecturer in Design and the Creative Industries, spoke last month at the Royal Academy of Engineering’s National Engineering Policy Centre plenary on socio-political intersections in design contributions to decarbonisation.
On 17 February, musicians are invited to take the stage for Loughborough’s Acoustic Night, organised by LU Arts singer-songwriter scholar, Aisha Aldris.
Cyrano de Bergerac kicks off a new season of National Theatre Live screenings at Loughborough University.
As part of the Risk Related Radar project, composer and performer Helen Papaioannou will be hosting a music workshop on campus.
The Happy Mondays Comedy Club on 10 February is part of the Leicester Comedy Festival, giving staff, students and the local community a chance to see some fantastic stand up on their doorstep.
Three artists will showcase work inspired by the research carried out during their residencies at the University as part of a project by Radar and the Department of Materials.
New Year, new me… we’ve all heard the saying and usually scrawled at the top of our resolution list is the promise to exercise more.
Back by popular demand, evening creative writing classes for staff, students and the general public are being run this term.
Three hundred and seventy years ago, between 1645 and 1660, Parliamentarians completely outlawed Christmas.
The competition run by the University’s English department is accepting entries for a sequence of poems on any subject, up to 300 lines.
Loughborough University hosted one of its most popular Fruit Routes Harvests to date, with guests of all ages in attendance.