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A man who thinks of the words

A man who thinks of the words

The Arts - 1st May

Caroline Bingham visited artist and craftsman, John Shaw at his Market Rasen workshop to learn more about the art of lettering and design.

Art and music at The Archives

Art and music at The Archives

The Arts - 1st April

The repository boxes in the Lincolnshire Archives hold many wonderful and beautiful documents. Sadly, many of these documents rarely see the light of day. Here we will look at a few items from the exhibition.

Striking impressions of landscape

Striking impressions of landscape

The Arts - 1st November

As an artist she finds inspiration everywhere around her, but Bridget Skanski-Such says there’s nothing like the Lincolnshire countryside to awaken her imagination.

A tale of culture and trade

A tale of culture and trade

The Arts - 1st June

The term Renaissance is most commonly associated with the movement in culture, art and trade which originated in Florence during the late Middle Ages. However, a manor house in Lincolnshire has an important tale to tell about the role the county played in the less well known, Northern Renaissance, which has relevance for us today.

Surrealist art challenges your imagination

Surrealist art challenges your imagination

The Arts - 1st November

Surrealist art is well known for its dreamlike and sometimes shocking imagery. These deeply personal visions, however, also convey universal emotions.

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