Lakeside Arts
Part of University of Nottingham
Lakeside Arts
Dinosaurs of China exhibition at Wollaton Hall initiated by University of Nottingham research

Research

We support and demonstrate the positive research outcomes that result from creative interventions, we are a broker between the University and the cultural community and we help foster public engagement with research through exhibitions, the performing arts and heritage programming.

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Nurse actors in Inside Out Of Mind

DELIVERING THROUGH COLLABORATION

With a long history of co-curation, co-creation and cross faculty collaboration – Lakeside takes on the role of broker between the University of Nottingham and the cultural community.

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Student singers performing in Losing Her Voice opera

RESEARCH PROJECTS

Case studies demonstrating how Lakeside collaborates across all schools at the University of Nottingham, seeking new opportunities to bring together creativity and research.

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Public lecture in Djanogly Theatre as part of Wonder 2019

PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT WITH RESEARCH

Lakeside seeks to exchange inspirational ideas and knowledge generated through research with our audiences, visitors and communities.

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Image of Lakeside DH Lawrence Pavilion from exterior. Large green field and blue sky with pink text box to right

REOPENING PLANS & PROGRAMME UPDATE

We are pleased to announce that as of Tuesday 15 September, Lakeside’s Pavilion Café and public toilets will reopen for the first time since March. Our other buildings and facilities remain closed for now.