Lakeside Arts
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Lakeside Arts
Premiere of Losting Her Voice opera in Lakeside's Djanogly Theatre

Research Projects

Lakeside collaborates across Faculties at the University of Nottingham, seeking new opportunities to bring together creativity and research. The case studies below help demonstrate the breadth of our collaborations locally, regionally and internationally.

CASE STUDIES:

Eye as Witness exhibition visitor wearing VR headset

THE EYE AS WITNESS

An immersive multimedia experience examining Holocaust photography that will be presented in the Djanogly Gallery (23 Jan – 14 March 2021).

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Students performing in Losing Her Voice at Lakeside Arts

LOSING HER VOICE

Lakeside worked with Assistant Professor Elizabeth Kelly to stage her first opera, Losing Her Voice which premiered in the Djanogly Theatre in April 2019.

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Dinosaurs of China exhibition at Wollaton Hall and Lakeside Arts

DINOSAURS OF CHINA

A partnership project between Nottingham City Council, the University of Nottingham, the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology in Beijing and the Long Hao Institute of Geology and Paleontology which resulted in a world exclusive exhibition.

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Mother and daughter looking at Viking stone in exhibition at Lakeside

DANELAW SAGA

This exhibition ran between 15 December 2017 and 8 April 2018 and told the tale of how the Vikings shaped the East Midlands. It was jointly curated by Professor Judith Jesch and Dr Roderick Dale of the Centre for Study of the Viking Age, and by Manuscripts and Special Collections at the University of Nottingham.

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Inside Out Of Mind production shot

INSIDE OUT OF MIND

An innovative theatre project which brought together ethnographic researchers with arts practitioners to tackle the challenge of dementia care.

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Premiere Propellor performance at Town Hall, Birmingham

PROPELLOR

Saturday 7 March
Djanogly Theatre


These unmissable performances effortlessly blend folk, contemporary classical, electronic and jazz influences with field recordings and spoken word.