Looking for a studio to rent? Those lovely people at the Haddenham Galleries may be able to help.
They have a spacious and light studio available to rent from 1st June 2013. 4.67 x 3.25 meters. Hot & cold water. Toilets on site within the gallery. 24 hour parking access. Free parking. Secure site with round the clock CCTV cameras.
Mandy Knapp and Karen Jinks have been getting festive at the Cambridge & County Folk Museum.
Armed with garlands and baubles, we have given the window at the Folk Museum a traditional festive feel and filled it with fabulous gift ideas. The assortment within the shop reflects the museum collection, so you really feel you can take a little bit of the experience home with you.
Karen Jinks and Mandy Knapp of Cambridge Creative Network have been very busy girls, addressing the retail space at the Art Salon in Cromwell Road, Cambridge.
Utilising their extensive retail experience and eye for design, they pulled the shop apart and put it back together!
Glynn Thomas' new book A Different Perspective
Glynn is delighted to announce the forthcoming publication of his new book, East Anglia: A Different Perspective, a lavishly produced 128-page hardback volume (300mm x 240mm) with more than 150 illustrations ranging from his time at Cambridge School of Art in the 1960s to his latest print of Flatford, which appears on the front cover.
Jo Buffery, who has worked with AccessArt in the past, is running an art holiday this summer in SW France.
We at Cambridge Creative Network like to think "outside the box" when it comes to promoting our artists. Not content with promoting them through the usual avenues of exhibitons and art galleries, we like to look at unusual venues.
Cambridge stonecarver Lucy Churchill’s reconstruction of a Tudor medal sheds new light on the appearance of Anne Boleyn.
Famously beheaded on 19th May 1536, Anne Boleyn’s appearance has remained a mystery for hundreds of years – until now.
Cambridge Airport is set to welcome local passengers and international travellers alike, with the first of a brand new range of scheduled airline and holiday flights touching down as the Airport embraces its role as gateway to Cambridge, to London and the East of England.
Holkham Forge have been working hard on the arch destined for the recreation ground at Great Shelford. They have fixed on the 31 ivy leaves that the locals helped to make at their open day.
To see them at work at the forge, here's a video of them forging some of the top of the arch.