Lakes Ignite 2018 presents six specially commissioned contemporary artworks to celebrate the Lake District’s designation as a World Heritage site.
Introducing Michael Shaw… a sculptor who makes site-specific responses to architecture, place and museum collections.
Introducing Charlie Whinney… creator of the Mountains We Made sculpture celebrating the Lake District’s World Heritage designation.
Introducing Brian Fell… a Liverpool born artist and sculptor based at a studio in Yorkshire Sculpture Park, where I work with my son, George.
Introducing Studio MUTT… an architecture, art and design practice based in London and Liverpool.
Introducing Di Mainstone… an artist who combines sculpture, dance, architecture and technology to create body-centric instruments and installations.
Introducing Philip Stanier… Artistic Director of the Strange Names Collective, an interdisciplinary team of artists who will be making a project for Lakes Ignite 2018.
Lakes Ignite presents six specially commissioned contemporary artworks to celebrate the Lake District’s designation as a World Heritage site.
Tell us what you think of Lakes Ignite 2018 and be entered into a draw to win a hamper of Cumbrian goodies courtesy of Rheged!
The landscape of the Lake District has been inspiring artists and writers for centuries and now it has been recognised by UNESCO and awarded World Heritage status.