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Thursday, 25 August 2011

Literature Talk and Film with Dr Jane Mackay: George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion

Literature at Lunchtime; Literature Talk and Film with Dr Jane Mackay: George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion - 26 August 12noon at Lincoln Drill Hall, Free School Lane Lincoln, LN2 1EY.



Shaw’s play emerged in 1912 and was packaged as a romantic comedy. It is much more a sharp lampoon on the rigid class structure of English society. Come and meet the first Eliza Doolittle and her mentor Professor Higgins, long before ‘My Fair Lady’ was ever thought of. Tickets: Talk Only £6, Film Only £5, Talk & Film £9
If you would like to purchase the talk and the film together for the special price of £9 please call the box office on 01522 873894
www.lincolndrillhall.com

Saturday, 13 August 2011

Before The Storm An Exhibition by Anthony Paul

    An exhibition of Outstanding Artwork in Oils by
Best Selling Artist

“ ANTHONY PAUL “
From Sunday 14th of August until Saturday 3rd of September



 Open Daily from 10am until 3pm

Closed Mondays

Lincoln Art Works
Contemporary Art Gallery
7 West Parade
Lincoln
LN1 1NL
01522 822224     0798 177 2020 enquiries@lincolnartworks.com



Monday, 8 August 2011

Movies @ Stamford Arts Centre; Beginners (15)

Beginners (15) Showing Mon 29 through to Wed 31 Aug. 8pm @ Stamford Arts Centre

Dir: Mike Mills USA 2010 1hr 55mins
Starring: Ewan McGregor, Melanie Laurent, Christopher Plummer




From writer/director Mike Mills comes a comedy/drama about how deeply funny and transformative life can be, even at its most serious moments.
Beginners imaginatively explores the hilarity, confusion, and surprises of love through the evolving consciousness of Oliver who meets the irreverent and unpredictable Anna only months after his father has passed away. This new love floods Oliver with memories of his father who – following 44 years of marriage – came out of the closet at age 75 to live a full, energized, and wonderfully tumultuous gay life.
The upheavals of Hal's new honesty, by turns funny and moving, brought father and son closer than they'd ever been able to be. Now Oliver endeavours to love Anna with all the bravery, humour, and hope that his father taught him.

See Trailer Here...  http://youtu.be/rXUFUp6vsxg
Stamford Arts Centre 27 St Mary's Street Stamford Lincs. PE9 2DL
Call  01780 763203
Email boxoffice@stamfordartscentre.com
Web www.stamfordartscentre.com

Opening Hours Monday to Saturday 9.30am to 8pm

Tuesday, 2 August 2011

“Figutatively Speaking"

“FIGURATIVELY SPEAKING”
An exhibition of Wonderful Artwork from

“PRUE PYE and GARTH BAYLEY”

Sunday the 7th of August until Saturday 13th of August.
Open daily from 10am until 3pm. (Closed Mondays)




PRUE and GARTH are having a preview at the Gallery
on Sunday 7th of August from 1200 until 1400,
where Drinks and Nibbles will be served.
They would love to see you there, so why not pop along.
See the Artwork. Meet the Artists.
Lincoln Art Works
Contemporary Art Gallery
7 West Parade
Lincoln
LN1 1NL

01522 822224 - 0798 177 2  enquiries@lincolnartworks.com  

The Artist's Complete Guide to Figure Drawing: A Contemporary Perspective On the Classical Tradition
Clare Morgan About time  Now Showing until September 4 @ the Hub Sleaford

Claire Morgan is an award-winning artist working predominantly in sculpture. Her astonishing suspended artworks, for which she has become best known, are manifestations of her obsession for making and her passion for materials. Thousands of hand selected and individually hung elements are arranged in exacting formations. Whilst both beautiful and fascinating, the sculptures also bring with them a sense of wonderment and illusion.




The collection of works developed for About Time, extend Morgan’s preoccupation with ‘change’ and the passing of time. Typified by the use of fragile and organic materials such as seeds, insects, fruit or vegetation, Morgan’s sculptures subtly draw our attention to the transience of everything around us, and comment on the mysterious correlations between death, decay and the persistence of life – often with unsettling results.
More recently, taxidermy animals have been introduced into Morgan’s sculptures - rabbits, a crow and even a fox will inhabit the gallery during the exhibition here at the National Centre for Craft & Design. The creatures, which appear familiar yet at the same time startlingly foreign within the unlikely setting of an art gallery, add to the sense of augmented reality within Morgan’s sculptures. Often poised for movement the frozen animals charge the sculptures with energy - a disrupted moment never to be realised.

“Animals, birds and insects have been present in my recent sculptures, and I use suspense to create something akin to freeze frames. In some works, animals might appear to fly or fall through other seemingly solid suspended forms, or even perch or sit on them. In other works, insects appear to fly in static formations. The evidence of gravity - or lack of it - inherent in these scenarios is what brings them to life, or death.” Claire Morgan

Given the relative youth of Morgan’s career, she has achieved considerable success and firmly established her practice within the international arts arena. Her work are collected and exhibited all over the world with recent exhibitions in New York, Tasmania, Florence, Cologne and Paris to name but a few. About Time is Claire Morgan’s first solo exhibition in the UK since 2008, and therefore represents an rare opportunity to see new and existing works by this artist at the Hub National Centre for Craft & Design, Carre Street, Sleaford, Lincolnshire NG34 7TW
Details from http://www.thehubcentre.info/   hub@leisureconnection.co.uk
Open 10.00-5.00pm all year round except Christmas, Boxing and New Year Days. Use NG34 7DW for sat navs.


Crayola Glow Explosion Sand Art Sculptures

Monday, 1 August 2011

Storm - The Tempest

)STORM
Shakespeare’s Tempest: Ontology, Reconstruction, Manipulation
Thu 22nd - Sun 25th September 2011

STORM is a vibrant and captivating adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest. This unique Portuguese-English-Polish co-production will be performed in different locations in Lincoln over the four nights, including on a boat, in Medieval Uphill, in a nightclub and other unexpected places.
This work programme has been funded with the support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein
Performance Begins: 4.30pm
Lincoln Performing Arts Centre
01522 837600
www.lpac.co.ukThe Tempest (No Fear Shakespeare

Streetz Ahead Dance Day

Streetz Ahead Dance Day
Thursday 4th August
Lincoln Drill Hall Free School Lane Lincoln LN2 1EY


Streetz Ahead Theatre Artz returns to offer young people aged between 11 and 16 the chance to take part in two days of street & hip hop dance. The day will include learning some of the latest moves and building them into a routine which you will then be able to perform. Participants will need loose clothing and plenty of energy!
Tickets £15.00 01522 873894 www.lincolndrillhall.com