The Thing or The Oh Noeux Tapestry
28 & 29 April 2018. 11am – 6pm
A year of news embroidered on fourteen metres of canvas.
Private View: Saturday 28 April. 6-9pm
Artist discussion with Jessica Harby &Sarah Gillett: Sunday 29 April 2-3pm
The Art of Relation- What relating to art can tell us about relating to others
A ‘Dialogue’ between Timothy Mathews and Barry Phipps
Cambridge Artworks invites you to The Art of Relation
6-7pm Thursday 3rd May 2018.
FREE. Booking essential at our eventbrite page
The talk will be followed by a preview of works by resident artists at Cambridge Artworks responding to The Art of Relation. 7-9pm Thursday 3rd May 2018 (No ticket required)
A studio here will become available at the end of April for a Visual Artist. The studio is situated on the ground floor studio and is particularly suitable for sound/film practice. The monthly cost of the studio is currently £120.00
For further information and to apply please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 ‘CARAVANSERAI’ ARTIST RESIDENCIES
Applications are now closed
The Caravanserai Residency Programme presents a unique opportunity for visual artists to work from the caravan based in the grounds of Cambridge Artworks studio complex, in central Cambridge.
WHO: Individual, emerging and established visual artists are invited to apply to participate.
WHEN: The selected artists will be part of a running programme of 2-4 week residencies taking place at Cambridge Artworks between May and September 2018. The timings have been designed for the greatest flexibility and to ensure accessibility.
DETAILS: The Caravanserai Residency Programme provides time and space for artists to focus exclusively on their own practice with an emphasis on research, experimentation and the development of new work, within the context of a vibrant artist community. Please note that living accommodation and expenses throughout the residency are not provided. Interviews for the residencies will be held on 19th and 20th April.
Watch Cambridge Artworks Artists Judy Logan and Rachel Wooller participate in this excellent TV documentary offering practical and helpful information to aspiring local artists: