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Wysing Arts Centre provides alternative environments and structures for artistic research, experimentation, discovery and production, out of which emerges an ongoing programme of exhibitions, public events, family and schools activity. 

Our large rural site near Cambridge includes a gallery, education and new media facilities, artists' studios, project spaces and a 17th century farmhouse.

Alternative Methods: Art and Education

Plus Open Studios
26 July

The fourth event in our Futurecamp series explores the future of education with contributions from Lucy Beech, Dr Matthew Cheeseman, Anna Colin, the Wysing Expanded Studio Group, Leah Gordon, Ahmet Ögüt with Senay Öztürk, Sara Nunes Fernandes with Ruth Angel Edwards and Emilia Bergmark, Ella Ritchie with Ntiense Eno-Amooquaye, Florian Roithmayr and Sally Tallant. The event includes Wysing's annual Open Studios.

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Space-Time: The Future

30 August

Space Time: The Future art and music festival will focus on women in experimental and electronic music, or bands fronted by women. With Ashley Paul, Hannah Sawtell, Helena Hauff, Holly Herndon, Holly Rumble, Jenny Moore, Karen Gwyer, Lucy Railton, Lucy Woodhouse, Manuela Barczewski, Nik Colk Void, part wild horses mane on both sides, Peepholes, Ravioli Me Away, Seeds and Bones, Silver Fox, Sue Tompkins, The Fucks, Trash Kit, WE, Woolf and Yola Fatoush. Plus galleries, talks and screenings.

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Futurecamp

9 June - 15 August

Futurecamp is ten-week residency and intrinsic events programme that explored what the future might hold from five specific positions with artists in residence and invited contributors. Artists who are in residence during the period are Bonnie Camplin, David Raymond Conroy, Patrick Goddard, Daniel Keller, Rachel Maclean, Shana Moulton, Ahmet Öğüt, Rachel Reupke, James Richards and Tracey Rose. Click for the full events schedule.

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