Posts Tagged ‘Lincoln Cathedral’

Architecture students chalk up labyrinths

Posted on December 8th, 2011 by Sue Watling

Labyrinths have been in the news at Lincoln recently. Students from the University of Lincoln’s School of Architecture drew a chalk labyrinth in front of the Main Academic Building – photographs can be seen on the Lincoln School of Architecture blog here http://lincolnschoolofarchitecture.blogspot.com/2011/11/students-work-on-labyrinth-in-lincoln.html 

University of Lincoln School of Architecture students drawing a chalk labyrinth

Architecture students went on to draw a replica of the Chartres Labyrinth under the central tower of Lincoln Cathedral as can be seen here http://www.thisislincolnshire.co.uk/Famous-labyrinth-drawn-floor-Lincoln-Cathedral/story-13937767-detail/story.html

Walking the Labyrinth in Lincoln Cathedral

Posted on September 30th, 2010 by Sue Watling

The Lincoln ‘Ermine Street’ Labyrinth was set out in the dramatic setting of Lincoln Cathedral on 29th September by Lincoln University Chaplain Les Acklam. This was part of an activity day for pupils from special needs schools from across the county.  Two workshops were held for two groups of a dozen pupils who enjoyed the experience of walking the labyrinth and were intrigued by its design and history.