Cambridge Open Studios 2016 - Nina Sage

The last in our series of interviews with Open Studio artists is with printmaker Nina Sage...

We loved seeing your original prints today. You have explored all kinds of printmaking methods in your training, but what is it about lino printing that appeals the most?

Cambridge Open Studios 2016 - Stewart Hearn

Following on from our previous interview with ceramicist Kathryn Hearn, here is the other half of this creative duo - glassblower Stewart Hearn...

Stewart, we found your glass studio set up really fascinating. Why the move from London to the Fens?

Cambridge Open Studios 2016 - Kathryn Hearn

 
Our next two interviews for Cambridge Open Studios took us out to one of the furthest studios in the guide book. Kathryn and Stewart Hearn orignate from London but have now settled in Chatteris, with a dedicated studio and workshops for their ceramics and glass, and it is well worth the trip!

Cambridge Open Studios 2016 - Jackie Duckworth

 
 
It's that time of year again, when Karen & Mandy get to meet and interview some talented artists for Cambridge Open Studios.

Cambridge Open Studios 2016 - Alan Foxley

On a sunny morning in June, we visited the garden and workshop of Alan Foxley in Saffron Walden. We were struck by the distinctive sculptures that dotted the garden, and were keen to hear what informed Alan's work and about his love of this ceramic medium...

Maureen Charles at East Chesterton Art Trail

This year is my first year doing Cambridge Open Studios. I have joined with a group of ceramicists, glass-workers, jewellers, painters and printmakers living or working in East Chesterton, Cambridge who are also taking part in Cambridge Open Studios.

CirculART Trail

The CirculART Trail showcases the work of over 20 local artists and makers who will be displaying their pieces made from re-purposed materials in the windows of twenty-one of Cambridge’s finest charity shops.

Cultures and Practices of Belonging Symposium

In many dimensions of contemporary culture(s), it is becoming increasingly apparent how challenges of boundaries, their permeability and obduracy offer both great challenges and promising opportunities.

e-Luminate Cambridge Festival 12-17 Feb 2016

The e-Luminate Cambridge Festival is a modern arts festival for a city at the forefront of technology and research.

During six exceptional evenings, the e-Luminate Cambridge Festival will completely transform the city, creating ephemeral light art installations that will offer the public a unique and spectacular experience.

The Change Exhibition

Pivotal has joined forces with Collaborating Cambridge for this exhibition by local artists inspired by change.

Welcome to the Cambridge Creative Network where we invite creative professionals to promote their work through our gallery, find events and opportunities and network with other like-minded people in Cambridge. Want to join us? Apply here...

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