19/10/17 • As You Change, So Do I
10/03/17 • Billboards
An edition of prints by Polly Apfelbaum.
Come along to see the premiere of a short film: Keep the Home Fires Burning, produced for As You Change So Do I, at Bute Street Short Film Festival, Sat 16 Mar at 12.30pm
30/10/18 • Catrine Val
19/04/18 • Tom Hackett
02/03/17 • Storefront
We invite you to be part of our exhibition, The 1970s Were Here and celebrate the best decade of art, music, fashion and film.
17/02/17 • As You Change, So Do I
Can you translate the slogan 'If you can dream it, you must do it' into one of Luton’s 140 languages and dialects?
20/12/16 • As You Change, So Do I
We can’t wait for the people of Luton to engage with and enjoy the artworks for this season.
02/12/16 • As You Change, So Do I
The second set of projects due to inherit the Culture Quarter's spaces including the Culture Wall, the Storefront, and the Billboard, will launch on Friday 9 December.
06/10/16 • As You Change, So Do I
As the working day ended last Thursday, 'As You Change, So Do I' launched its first commissions, inaugurated with singing, speeches, and sausage rolls.
03/10/16 • Beacon
With the fantastic launch of 'As You Change, So Do I' on Thursday 29 September came the release of Mark Titchner's exclusive free digital artwork entitled 'If You Can Dream It, You Must Do It'
28/09/16 • Billboards
Scott King will involve local people to reconstruct Henry Moore’s famous series of sculptures 'Mother and Child', works that were made during the 1920s through to the 1960s, and which became a staple for civic public sculpture during the post-war era in the UK.
13/09/16 • Storefront
Fascinated by the remarkable harmony between the town’s different communities, the AWEARNESS project is inviting Lutonians to design their own series of t-shirts and be photographed wearing them.
07/09/16 • Beacon
Mark Titchner, the lead artist for ‘As You Change, So Do I’ has partnered with the contemporary artists’ multiple agency Sedition to produce an exclusive free digital artw
15/03/16 • Luton Culture
Luton Culture will deliver an experimental programme of public realm arts and animation designed to generate involvement, participation and debate.