Conservation and Restoration: Out of the Attic


Join Conservation and Restoration for the final year degree show, ‘Out of The Attic’. The show will be open from 27th May – 9th June 2017, 10-4pm. Find them in the Architecture and Design Building, East side, First Floor. The show will be part of Festival of Creativity! Have a look at what’s to come over on their website:

Festival of creativity:

Drama End of Year Shows

This year the Drama end of years shows will be taking place in the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre!

The shows start on the 15th May and final show is 26th May. You can find a full listing of all the shows and book tickets on the LPAC website :

But here’s Some of the shows that you can go see;


 Name | Charlotte

Date | 15th May

Time| 7.30-8pm

 exit this way

 Name | Exit This Way

Date | 19th May

Time| 7.30-8pm

 if an orchid  Name | If an orchid Was All You Had

Date | 22nd May

Time| 7.30-8pm

 05-kalopsia-  Name | Kalopsia

Date | 23rd May

Time| 7.30-8pm


 Name | Record ’97

Date | 24th May

Time| 7.30-8pm


 Name | The Search for a Black-Browed Albatross

Date | 25th May

Time| 7.30-8pm

 interconnect  Name | Interconnect

Date | 26th May

Time| 7.30-8pm

There will also be numerous Solo performances from the students starting from the 23rd may and ending on the 26th May. Tickets for these can also be booked at the LPAC or on their website.

Good luck to all our students and we hope to see you at our shows celebrating the great work our Drama students have produced!

Graphic Design: Show Seventeen

Show seventeen


This years final year Graphic Design students will be curating their work for their end of year show, Show Seventeen!

This will be held in the University of Lincoln Graphic Design studios in the Architecture & Design Building (AAD2E07 and AAD2e11).

The show will showcase work from the 47 third year students between 3rd-9th June 2017 and the private viewing 2nd June 6-9pm.

Come and join us and Graphic Design to celebrate the success of their amazing work!

Check out their website:

Prtection of cultural property in the event of armed conflict

The last History and Heritage research seminar for this academic year will take place on Wednesday 10th May. 

Professor Peter Stone (Newcastle University) will join us to talk about “The protection of cultural property in the event of armed conflict”.

That cultural property is damaged and destroyed during conflict is usually accepted as a given. However, for over 2,000 years military theorists have suggested that allowing the cultural property of your enemy to be damage (or worse damaging it yourself) is poor military practice. Military forces began to take the issue seriously in the late 19th century and the protection of cultural property was seen as a serious responsibility by the Allied, and some parts of Axis, forces during the Second World War. At the end of that conflict the international community came together to produce the 1954 ‘Hague Convention on the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict’ and it’s First Protocol.

Sadly, by the end of the 20th century little of this responsibility was acknowledged by the military, or by heritage professionals, and over the last 30 years cultural property has become a specific target in many conflicts. This presentation will discuss briefly the history of cultural property protection and then outline some of the activity since 2003 focussing on the work of the Blue Shield (the so-called “cultural equivalent” of the Red Cross) and why, if we are proactive, cultural property perhaps need not simply be an unwitting casualty of conflict.

The seminar is from 4.30pm to 6.00pm in the MHT building.


Story credit: Dr Antonella Liuzzo Scorpo

Collective Art Trail, 4th-14th May

Level Two Fine Art students invite you to explore the Collective Art Trail. A series of exhibitions held at various sites around Lincoln, 4th – 12 May. Opening events shall be held at each venue over the next few days. All welcome

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Alveare 4th -9th May. 159 High Street. Opening event Thursday 4th May 6-9pm


Elements 6th – 8th May Hartsholm Park, LN6 0EY


Corpus 8th – 12th May, St.Mary’s Guildhall 385 High Street. Opening event Monday 8th May 6-9


974 North 9th – 14th May, Gallery at St.Martins, LN1 1ET. Opening event Tuesday 9th May 6-9pm


Venture 9th – 12th May, The Jolly Brewer, LN2 5AQ. Opening event Tuesday 9th MY 6-10pm


Youthphoria, Basement, Circle Nightclub LN2 1EU 12th May 6-10pm