We have taken the decision to temporarily close our Study Room throughout the month of August.
We understand the convenience and benefits that the Study Room provides for its visitors, so we sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this closure may cause.
We are currently undergoing a staff recruitment process, in conjunction with our new board and Director. While this undertaking is essential to enhancing your experience with us, it does regrettably limit our capacity to maintain the Study Room’s operations during this transitional period.
We deeply appreciate your understanding and patience during this time.
The Study Room is a free, open access research facility for artists, students, curators, academics and other arts professionals and can be used to view artists’ work, read publications, undertake research projects, and find out general information about Live Art, opportunities and networks.
The Live Art Development Agency is delighted to announce that we have re-entered Arts Council England’s National Portfolio.Read more
Interim Director, Ria Righteous, provides a statement on the her current position with LADA and aims for the organisation’s future.Read more
With the help and support of LADA patrons, the former board of directors has now been replaced by a completely new board as of July 2023.Read more
Live Art Development Agency is pleased to announce Malik Nashad Sharpe as our second Black Scholars Residency artist.Read more
Live Art Development Agency is pleased to announce Madinah Farhannah Thompson as our first Black Scholars Residency artist.Read more
LADA welcomes Tania Camara as new Interim Artist Development Manager.Read more
Live Art Development Agency is pleased to welcome Ria Righteous as the new Interim Director.Read more