Your guide to art in Cambridge
Artists on Show in Cambridge
Galleries / Art Spaces / Organisations
Once the home of former Tate gallery curator and art collector Jim Ede, Kettle's Yard exhibits Ede's collection of 20th century artworks in their original domestic setting. It also presents a changing programme of historical and contemporary art exhibitions.
Wysing Arts Centre
Established in 1989 on the 11-acre site of a former farm eight miles south west of Cambridge, Wysing has a gallery space and large outdoor spaces showing a variety of temporary, semi-permanent and permanent works. Most of the art shown is created on site, through the centre's residency programme or by its studio artists. An extensive programme of workshops, projects and events is offered to the public.
A visual arts development agency that works with artists and commissioners to create innovative temporary and permanent visual arts projects in public sites in the East. It also offers professional support and training to artists.
A not-for-profit arts centre, The Junction's programmes focus on music, theatre and live performance. Its club nights present many different styles of music.
Babylon Gallery Ely
A former malthouse and brewery on the banks of the Ouse in Ely, the Babylon Gallery is run by ADeC (Arts Development in East Cambridgeshire) an independent arts organisation funded by East Cambridgeshire District Council. Babylon promotes contemporary visual art, including national touring exhibitions organised by the Hayward Gallery and shows by local artists. It also hosts an online gallery showcasing innovative work in the digital medium.