The Decadent Literary Salon (Performance)
12 June 2019 - 6:00pm
Leonard Dixon Studio, 6-8pm
They are not long, the days of wine and roses…’ (Ernest Dowson)
Members of the Cultural Currents 1870-1930 research group will present an immersive experience, designed to recreate the famous (or notorious) decadent literary salons of the fin de siècle. This evening will involve readings from celebrated works of decadent poetry (from Arthur Symons, Ernest Dowson and others), dramatised excerpts from Oscar Wilde, and a display of projected art-works from the period. You will have a chance to craft your own decadent creations, and we will serve absinthe 1890’s-style throughout!
This event will showcase Loughborough’s internationally-recognised expertise in decadence and the fin de siècle, and will involve active participation from postgraduate researchers within the group and from keen undergraduate students within the School.
Arts Degree Show 2019
8 June 2019 - 10:00am
The Arts Degree Show is an opportunity to see an inspiring and diverse array of work by our final-year Fine Art, Graphic Communication and Illustration, and Textiles students.
The exhibits demonstrate a breath-taking combination of creativity, imagination and technical skill. We are always happy to welcome members of the public to the show and for potential applicants, it is a chance to see the variety of work that can be produced through our arts courses.
The show includes an exhibition by our Foundation Art and Degree students.
Our 2019 Arts Degree Show will be open to the public from Saturday 8 June until Sunday 16 June and we would be very happy to see you there. All members of the public are welcome and for anyone thinking of applying to Loughborough, it is an excellent opportunity to see the kind of work our students produce.
For more information. please visit the dedicated webpage.
5 June 2019 - 12:00pm
Martin Hall Exhibition Space, 3-14th June
Preview: Fri 31 May, 4-6pm
AA2A provides placement for visual artists and designer makers to have access to Higher Education Institutions. Loughborough University are one of the host institutions for 2018-19. Participants have been appointed for their professional practice and the proposed project they wish to pursue. The artists are given the opportunity to discover and develop research techniques using workshops and support facilities in the Fine Art Faculty. This will enable them to develop their practice and experiment to realise their ambitions. In addition, their interaction with students is crucial and LU anticipates students will benefit from professional artists working in the department and helping them to visualise their future opportunities.
2018-2019 five AA2A artists are working within the Fine Art Faculty at
Amrit Doll, Emily Joy, Alison Ballard, Nita Roa, and Diane E Hall. All are experienced artists who have accessed the workshops to experiment and develop their practice.