Today, we are joined by Korean artist and Lancaster PhD student Young Meang, who specialises in Documentation Art. Documentation art is about using video and photographs to record the process of painting. That way, you are left with two separate pieces, the painting itself and a record of the how the painting was made, from […]Read more "Smartphone Art"
Our friends at CLAHRC NWC who were with us for our ‘Active and Healthy Communities’ event on Thursday 12th May have made this great video montage of images from the day. Can you spot yourself? Take a look hereRead more "Active and Healthy Communities"
Tomorrow (Wednesday) we will be joined by the Institute for Social Futures who want to find out more about how we think we will be living 30-40 years from now and how this compares to how we want to be living. How will we eat, travel or socialise? Where will we live? What will we […]Read more "Lancaster, 2051"
The team from our computing services have been working with Lancaster City Council to bring in the City and Region version of the iLancaster app. This builds on the the popular student version of the app which provides information about campus services and facilities and helps them keep track of their timetables, coursework submission dates […]Read more "We are iLancaster"
We’re heading into our final week in Campus in the City. That’s sad news for us, but it doesn’t mean that we aren’t going to have some great events in our final few days… On Tuesday, we will be welcoming back the team from Information Systems Services (ISS) for the official launch of the City […]Read more "What’s On in Week 10"
We had a fantastic day with the team from History as we took a look at life in Lancaster in 1916. We collected some wonderful (and sometimes very moving) stories of how the war impacted on local people and families and took another look at the fascinating Streets of Mourning website, which shows the war […]Read more "Lancaster, 1916"
This evening, we are joined by literary translator Frank Wynne and a group of students from the Department of European Languages and Cultures. They have taken Jean Anouilh’s play ‘Antigone’, set in France in 1944 and have retranslated it for a live reading. This reading will be followed by a discussion about the act of […]Read more "Antigone"