Calling all creative mums - Mothers Meeting is hosting its first Cambridge based MMeeting at the experimental art space Aid&Abet on the 24th May from 12-2pm.
Cambridge Creative Network artist Tony White is exhibiting his new watercolours at the Aubrey Gallery, Great Dunmow, May 4th until June 29th, (the Old Post Office).
Join him and artists Nat Young, John Dobbs, Steve Higton, Sue Eaton, Jennifer Jasper, Ann Whitehead, Janet Gammans, Ian Campbell-Biggs and Sonia Villiers for drinks at the private view Friday 3rd May from 7-9pm.
The Darryl Nantais Gallery in Linton will be showing the complete collection of original illustrations from Ophelia Redpath's book, The Lemurs' Tale.
Cambridge Creative Network artists Tony White, Carmel Campbell and Sue Jones are showing with their print group Inkus at Windmill Art, Long Lane, Linton. The show includes work by Anne Streubel, Liz Burnett, Linda Heywood and Philip Schofield. All with their individual printmaking techniques, this promises to be a diverse mix of work, displaying an innovative range of techniques.
This is a course designed to teach you how to make a variety of wedding related arts and crafts, including invitaition design and making, ‘Save the Date’ cards, wedding favours, fabric accessories, clay decorations, hen party hair pieces and much more.
Cambridge and surrounding villages have never really had the opportunity to celebrate all that's wonderful about cycling - not just the bikes but the creative people, the buzz that goes with cycling, the frankly wacky and sometimes weird. Now is your opportunity!
“Do What You Do Best” is a free talk by Dan Goode of Seek & Adore about getting the most out of the internet. If you are a Cambridgeshire based Designer Maker you are welcome to attend the free talk from 10am, Thursday 28th March 2013, at The Cambridge Art Salon, Cromwell Road, Cambridge. http://www.cambridgeartsalon.org.uk/