Wysing Arts Centre is a registered charity that provides a range of programmes for artistic research, experimentation, discovery and production, out of which emerges an ongoing programme of exhibitions, public events, activity for young people, families and schools. Our large rural site near Cambridge includes a gallery, educational facilities,
artists' studios, project spaces, a 17th century farmhouse, a growing collection of outdoor sculpture and an on-site cafe.
Office hours - 10am-5pm
Gallery open during exhibitions - 12-5pm
Cafe open - 9am-4pm, Mondays-Fridays
29 October, 2-6pm
To accompany Joey Holder’s solo exhibition at Wysing, we are hosting a symposium at the New Hall Art Collection, at Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge. The symposium includes contributions from scientists Dr Marco Galardini and Dr Katrin Linse, artist, writer and publisher Jamie Sutcliffe and artists Joey Holder and Katja Novitskova.
Study Week Open Call
Our final Study Week of 2016, entitled The little strange sound was the living voice of the brooding presence and lasting over four days will be led by David Toop and focusses on the act of listening. The deadline for applications to join the Study Week is Tuesday, 1 November.
Studios and Job Opportunities
Deadline to apply, 6 November
We are looking for three new artists to join our studio programme., For information click here.
And we are looking for a live-in Caretaker/Housekeeper to help us look after the site, farmhouse, artists and audiences. For information, click here.
Joey Holder solo exhibition
Open daily, 12-5pm until 20 November
Ophiux is a solo exhibition of new work by Joey Holder comprising an ambitious immersive installation and film that has emerged from her residency at Wysing in 2015.