Meet the Graduates lived up to its name as our former and current students got together for the Graduate Question Time and Networking on-campus. Thanks to everyone for making it a memorable alumni event. There are more posts to come and clips from a student crew via New Media Lincs. These images are from LSFM mentee and third year media production student Rory McCarney. #
LSM students and YouTubers Dean Dobbs and Elliot Gough are organisers of the 3rd annual Lincoln YouTube Gathering on 3rd May. It’s in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust. Our alumni like Bing [Slomozovo], TomSka, Jack Howard and Daniel J. Layton will be appearing. Ticket’s £8 from the Engine Shed for an event that’s billed as seeing ‘incredible performances from some talented YouTubers’. See FB.
From Chris Heighton, Arts Development Officer:
The Altered partnership is recruiting a new Curator, which will be a 1-year freelance paid contract. The Curator will lead the artistic direction and management of a one year touring programme of artworks around several or more of Lincolnshire’s parish churches. The closing date’s 5pm on 31 March 2014.
‘This post will not be salaried. There will be a set fee for project delivery, which will include all travel, sustenance, labour, communications and material expenses. The maximum fee available for this is £10,000; to be paid in agreed installments. The outputs and outcomes of the project may be delivered by either an individual or company. Continue reading
Don’t miss 2013 Media Production graduates Nathan Dean and Sam Clarke’s work-in-progress. They’ll be staging a 60-minute performance of We Have Offended. It’s at LPAC this Wednesday evening and tickets are free. Here’s an official extract from Lincoln Performing Arts Centre:
Wednesday 22 January | 8:45pm | FREE
Who is Robin Goodfellow? In this revitalisation of Shakespeare classics, We Have Offended follows Robin and The Weyward Sisters as they create a piece of unrelenting horror; torturing and tormenting the audience with secret audio and nightmarish projections. Continue reading
The Frequency Festival of Digital Culture will return to Lincoln from Friday 18th to Saturday 26th October 2013. Organisers said the festival will ‘bring to the city an extraordinary celebration of international arts, culture and technology.’ Frequency 2013 will explore the concept of revolution and will invite you to consider the impact of the digital revolution, asking how art and culture help us to articulate the dimensions and effects of change?
See below the fabulous Frequency Festival 2013 promotional sting by Senior Lecturers at the creative LSM, alumnus Graham Cooper with the soundtrack from David McSherry. Frequency Fest 2013, ‘Join the Revolution’ 18th-26th October 2013 and fly the flag!
The nine-day event will take place in a range of sites throughout Lincoln from non-traditional and unexpected locations across the city to established arts venues including … Continue reading
From Dani Moseley:
The pageant that I am taking part in on August 10th in Luton is edging nearer and I need as MANY votes as I can get. If you could click on the link and vote for me being the face of the pageant I’d really appreciate that and anyone else you can spread the message to would be greatly appreciated also.
The BBC is launching a talent show to find a new presenter for Blue Peter.
CBBC’s Dick and Dom will host the search for someone to join the present team of Barney Harwood and Helen Skelton. Contenders will have to win their way through a series of challenges to reach the final, where the winners will be chosen by CBBC’s audience.
It’s a Kids’ TV prog called ‘Which is Witch’ and I play the character ‘Ava’ who is a witch and older sister to one of the main characters. It was filmed in Belgium (which was great as I’ve never been) and its all done in 3D with SFX. It was a really good experience. The cast are English and the crew are French! lol so it was interesting everything having to be relayed in French and then translated (if need be) The cast were all fun to work with. I’ve attached a couple pictures of me in character, along with another member of the main cast (who was actually in the BBC Three hit comedy series ‘Some Girls’)
Filming was fast yet efficient, as they film two episodes a week and everyone is lovely, yet hardworking, which is EXACTLY what you need for projects like that. Again the feedback for my performance was really good, so who knows, where that new contact could lead. I’m not entirely sure when it airs, but I’ll definitely keep you posted. Continue reading
Hiype productions present….The Forty Elephants. After two successful runs at The Camden People’s Theatre in June 2011 and The Albany in Deptford in March 2012, The Forty Elephants is back by popular demand, for it’s third run.
Where: Platform Theatre, Hornsey Road Baths, 260 Hornsey Road, London, N7 7QT When: Wednesday Dec 12th – Saturday Dec 15th 2012 Time: 7:30pm Tickets: £10. Box Office No. 020 7689 4349