Don't miss these 2 days bursting with workshops, panels, performances, artists sessions, family fun and more…
On Friday 9th June its Industry Day with useful workshops, talks and panel discussions for anyone in the creative industries in Lincolnshire. Saturday 10th is a celebration of Family fun and creativity with drop in arts sessions, circus skills, singing and more PLUS an chance to see the amazing Autin Dance Theatre's show and promenade of 'Out of the Deep Blue' featuring the incredible 13 foot giant sea puppet!
Spotlight on Lincs Creatives 9.15am & 3.30pm
Life as a Creative Producer With Simon Hollingworth 10am
Project Funding - Everything You Need to Know With Amy Dalton-Hardy 11am
The Working Musician 12noon
LOV EVOLVE Project Co-ordinator Adam Perkins will host this session with contributions from Ewan, Jamie and Jasmine, the Emerging Music Leaders. Scott (Playing Aloud), Krim (Shug Studios), Matt (The Music Handyman) and Emma (Humber Taiko) .
1 to 1 Funding Surgery with Amy Dalton-Hardy 12:00 noon, 12:30, 13:00, 13:50
2pm – 3.30pm
With the dust settling on the latest round of Arts Council investment there is a moment for a collective deep breath and a reconnect between venues, artists and all those who
make our local culture sector tick. Hosted by Ben Anderson.
4pm – 6pm Foyer
Celebrate what the Lincolnshire One Venues network has achieved and what impact the Connecting Communities work has had on the people of Lincolnshire.
Creative Arts Workshops 10am – 3pm
Free drop-in arts activities with Lumo and Grantham Arts in the foyer throughout the day.
Circus Skills with Earthbound Misfits 10am – 12noon and 1.30pm – 3pm
Outside Lincoln Arts Centre have a go at juggling, diabolo, stilt walking,
hula hoop, plate spinning and more! Drop in.
Join Liz McIntosh for a singing celebration workshop, suitable for all ages and abilities.
Join Hannah for a fun, creative, and interactive workshop for young families where we unlock our imaginations through play. Suitable for children aged 1 – 6 and their grownups.
A participatory workshop on how ideas are found & developed. In this, learn-by-doing, workshop we will explore the question: “What are we known for in Lincolnshire?
By Autin Dance Theatre
The bookable performances are inside the auditorium at
1pm & 3:30pm.
Ideal for children and family audiences.
Waves wash Eko, a sentient Sea Giant, onto the shore. There he encounters little Violet.
These two beings – an ancient creature, and a young girl – offer us their stories: an impactful dialogue around our earth’s climate emergency told through dance, movement and masterful puppeteering.
It is a story about the power of friendships and empathy that speaks to the world at large.
Please note that at 12noon – 12.30pm and 2.30pm – 3pm there will be an Outdoor promenade beginning at the Bridge near the Uni of Lincoln Student Union.