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The Arts Award in Schools Project

Last summer the University of Cambridge Museums were awarded a contract by My Cambridge, the Local Cultural Education Partnership for Cambridge, to deliver a collaborative Arts Award project with 4 city schools. 1,037 more words


Landscapes of the imagination workshop at the Heong Gallery, cambridge 

Hideki Arichi and Sarah Blake enjoyed exploring the kettle’s Yard exhibition ‘ a sense of place’ followed by an art workshop with 20 visitors. We really enjoyed your art work as you visualised your sensory memories of a landscape familiar to you. 7 more words

Art Tips

Little Dancer

Henri Gaudier-Brzeska’s Dancer, from the Kettle’s Yard collection, currently on display at the Hepworth, Wakefield.


A final word

Due to unplanned but necessary travel in December, unfortunately the activity we had planned didn’t happen. Many thanks indeed to all we collaborated with in 2016 to put events on, to Lush and Inder’s Kitchen for funding us, to OP Community Council and South Cambridgeshire District Council for their support, and to everyone who came to events and took action to help wildlife. 45 more words


You Are Here - Open House Artist Residency 2016

Isabella Martin, Open House Artist in Residence 2016, has been working in collaboration with residents and community groups in North Cambridge to create a new map of the area. 544 more words


English landscape

I am in Cambridge from time to time, and stumbled across the small gallery that Downing College has opened just behind its porter’s lodge. The current exhibition–its third–has borrowed works from… 221 more words


Kettle’s Yard celebrates 50 years as a University of Cambridge Museum

There should be a Kettle’s Yard in every university
Kettle’s Yard creator, Jim Ede, 1970

Jim Ede, a writer and former curator at the Tate Gallery created… 311 more words