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Lancashire Electric

At: The Storey Gallery
By: imitating the dog and Phil Supple
Supported by: The BFI Film Audience Network as part of Changing Times: Shifting Ground, and North West Film Archive at Manchester Metropolitan University.

 

Take a journey through time across Lancashire. Wander through the rural heartlands to the magnificent coastline and across 100 years, to explore our changing world.

This installation uses rare archive film footage and a stunning soundtrack by Hope & Social to immerse visitors in a century of Lancashire life.

A partnership project with The Dukes.

 

Installation dates and times
Fri 1 Nov 5.30pm – 10pm (Light Up Lancaster)
Sat 2 Nov 5.30pm – 7.30pm (Light Up Lancaster)
Mon 4 Nov 10am – 8pm
Tues 5 Nov 10am – 8pm
Wed 6 Nov 10am – 8pm<
Thurs 7 Nov 10am – 5pm

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Plus, join us at one of these three talks to accompany the exhibition:

 

Morecambe Bay – constantly changing yet change is not constant

DATE/ TIME: Sat 2 Nov, 2pm

LOCATION: The Lecture Theatre, The Storey

Susannah Bleakley, Chief Executive of Morecambe Bay Partnership explores our contradictory relationship with Morecambe Bay – a place of constant change that inspires and calms us, we love its beauty and yet fear its danger and in turn want to engage with and yet seem to turn our backs to the Bay.

FREE. Just turn up.

 

Artist’s Gallery Talk

DATE/ TIME: Wed 6 Nov, 6pm

LOCATION: The Gallery, The Storey

Join Simon Wainwright, one of imitating the dog’s artistic directors to find out about the making of Lancashire Electric. Learn about the inspiration behind the work, and the mechanics of putting it all together.

FREE. Just turn up.

 

Tracing Sanctuary in Lancashire

DATE/ TIME: Mon 4 Nov, 6pm

LOCATION: The Lecture Theatre, The Storey

Sarah Hughes, Northumbria University, explores the legacies of sanctuary in Lancashire. Drawing upon archival an interview based research, she traces the emergence of places, people and practices of sanctuary across the county. As part of this, she will reflect on Lancaster’s role as a City of Sanctuary, and the implications of this for the city.

FREE. Just turn up.