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Open Studios: Artists in Residence 2014

North West Cambridge Development
Oct 30th 2014 – 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Artists Studios, Gravel Hill Farm, Madingley Rise, Cambridge, CB3 0FU

Please join us and the other artists in residence, Fernando García-Dory and Bedwyr Williams, for this informal talk about our work and residency research. We’d like to welcome you to the site, introduce the studios and the project we’ve been developing.

Three Artists in Residence are appointed each year at the North West Cambridge Development as part of the Art Programme managed by the Contemporary Art Society and InSite Arts.

The programme encourages collaboration between artists and departments within the University. In this, the second year of residencies, Aid & Abet are working work with the Department of Land Economy; Fernando García-Dory with the Centre for Sustainable Development in the Department of Engineering, and Bedwyr Williams with the University of Cambridge Museums. 

Free, booking not required

Follow our project blog The Soft Landscape

Find out more: North West Cambridge Art Programme

This event is part of Festival of Ideas 2014 and Curating Cambridge


The Event, The Frontier Zone



Saturday 27th September from 2pm

Paul Johnson | Anna Chrystal Stephens | Lois Williams


Free, all Welcome

Pick up a map at The Wisbech & Fenland Museum from 2pm

Open studio and refreshments at The Wisbech Social Club & Institute 4pm


Join us for a town-wide event to celebrate the first Wisbech Arts Colony Residency, The Frontier Zone.

The artists will reveal some of the hidden spaces throughout the town and offer creative encounters in unexpected places.

The event will see the town interspersed with film, performance and poetry, culminating in an open studio at The Wisbech Social Club & Institute.