Weekly

 

Collaborative Conversations: Everyday Philosophising
ADULT WORKSHOP
Tuesdays , 5pm – 6.30pm
Booking required

Join us for a free conversation exploring philosophical ideas that touch our everyday lives; ideas that lie at the heart of our thoughts, feelings and actions.

If you are curious and want to take part in a creative conversation about things that matter why not join us and Ayisha De Lanerolle, our Future Director of Fundamental Questions.

Kids Club
FAMILIES
Saturdays, 10am – 12 noon
Drop in

Bring the family & join us any or every Saturday for a different fun and creative workshop. We could be doing anything from tote bag designs to, pasta making to ceramics.

These sessions are free and open to all and will be starting again in February 2019, more details coming soon.

 

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Highlights

 

Culture is a Verb
by Kathrin Böhm
ARTIST COMMISSION
Ongoing

Inaugural artist Kathrin Böhm has collaboratively developed a concept for the ground floor of our building. Her work Culture is a Verb equips the building for public discussion about local culture.

Böhm’s design proposes different functions for each room, to find out, mix & publish what’s happening culturally in Lincoln. The building remains the same, but the content changes.

Now it is Permitted
by Bridget Smith
ARTIST COMMISSION
On now

Bridget Smith has installed visionary statements from invited artists, writers, musicians & filmmakers across Lincoln’s public realm. These ‘wayside pulpits’ offer ways of thinking about how to live in uncertain times.

Statements come from artists - Jeremy Deller & Bob & Roberta Smith - to authors Rae Earl & Ali Smith, musician Robert Wyatt & filmmaker Bonnie Wright.

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Ritual in Blood
by Steven Berkoff & Ben Poole
PLAY
More details coming soon

Acclaimed actor, playwright, author and director Steven Berkoff stages his Lincoln-inspired play Ritual in Blood with local amateur actors. The play will be co-directed by local producer Ben Poole & it will be newly adapted for Lincoln. The play explores cultural mistrust based on the story of Little Hugh.

This will be a ticketed play, to register your interest please contact info@mansionsofthefuture.org.

 

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