PAST EVENTS @ ARTSPACE (2019+)
ROBERT GOOD & LIZZ BRADY present
7 March 2019 17.00-20.00
8-10 March 2019 11.00-16.00
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CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL OF ART presents
An exhibition by first year BA Fine Art students
21 March (2-5pm) -22 March (10-3pm)
Private View: Thursday, 21 March 5-8pm
CSVPA BA GRAPHIC DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION presents
An eclectic mix of work from future graduates of Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts, specialising in illustration and graphics
28th March 2019
RED DOT ART presents
MINI PRINT EXHIBITION
An international exhibition of more than 400 mini works of original art by fine-art printmakers from around the world. All pieces measure just 10cm x 10cm and all are for sale. Prices range from £30 - £300.
4 April 2pm – 5pm
5 April 10am – 7pm
6 April 10am – 5pm
7 April 10am – 3pm
Private View: Friday 5 April, 5 – 7pm
For more information:
www.reddotartconsultancy.co.uk T: 07568 154 050
A group exhibition featuring new work by Artworks studio artists Jethro Buck, Sue Law, Lizzy McCaughan, Susan Mealing, Jill Ogilvy, Nene Stam & Pippa Westoby
Friday, July 12th
BUREAU OF CHANGE
18 - 27 October 2019
Are you finding that the 21st century acceleration of information, the furious current of technological change, is making it hard to think?
At the Bureau of Change we’re about a whole other kind of currency. We offer something different. In a freed-up art space, we offer time to reflect on the times we live in. Time for the long view. Time for perspective. Time to consider the role that art can play in transformation.
Time to make change happen.
Bureau of Change is an exhibition of new work by Cambridge Artworks resident studio artists Idit Elia Nathan and Sarah Wood.
Alison Turnbull Associates and Half Moon Creative Arts CIC present
21 - 24 November 2019
Will Nash is presenting the maquette of a new public art sculpture to be created for the redeveloped facilities at the Niab Trust in Cambridge. He will be talking about his work as part of the event.
The show further explores the theme of the hidden world of plants, making the invisible, visible, finding beauty in the grotesque. This is an exciting opportunity to see the works of some new and emerging artists, including Ellie Seymour, Kirsten Lavers, Nell Lyhne, Chenille Harris, Paul Barbu and Angela C. Smith.
Private View: Friday 22nd November
Q&A with the artist Will Nash at 5pm, followed by artists reception 6 – 8pm
Looking for something to do after you vote? Perhaps a festive distraction?
We'll provide the gallery & the glasses...you bring the art & the alcohol.
12 December 2019
Prop-Up is an informal, inclusive social gathering for artists, curators, writers & anyone working in the arts in Cambridge. Following on from recent artists' events held at Murray Edwards College and Heong Gallery, Prop-Up promotes the belief that a healthy social life contributes to a healthy creative practice.
Our election night Prop-Up will feature a truly egalitarian one-night-only 'exhibition', so BYO artwork that can be propped-up against the gallery walls, along with a bottle of whatever drink you fancy & join us for a relaxed evening of post-voting merriment. The ship may be sinking, but we'll go on drinking!
13-15 December 2019
An innovative exhibition of emerging and established creatives, bringing together works by painters, collagists, theatre designers, illustrators and more. Featuring work by Natalie Anastasiou, Tom Buglass, Iona Duff, Sam Harris, Marianne Lister O'Shea, Sara Parodi, and Nina Tagart.
Private View: Friday 13 November, 6-11pm
Hours: 12-6pm 14 & 15 December 2019