Saturday 16 October, 2–6pm 

You are invited to join us for the launch of two exhibitions at Wysing: and then, a harrowing, which brings together work by three of Wysing’s 2020 residents, Linda Stupart, Carl Gent and Kelechi Anucha and An echo imprinted, a new solo exhibition from artist Robert Foster-Jones as part of Wysing's Test Space programme strand.

The launch event is open to all, but due to Covid-19 the event is ticketed and booking is essential. Book a free ticket on Eventbrite here.

Find out more about and then, a harrowing here and An echo imprinted here.

The exhibition launch runs between 2 to 6pm on Saturday 16 October. Two slots will be available to attend the exhibition opening, allowing for a small crossover period between the two. During this time refreshments and drinks will be available. The event is open to all, but due to Covid-19 the event is ticketed and booking is essential.

Transport options from Birmingham, Cambridge and London are available with ‘pay what you can’ options. 

Event Timings and Tickets Options 

Bookings for tickets with transport close on Thursday 14 October at 12 midday.

2–5pm Entry 

- Ticket without transport - free 

- SOLD OUT Ticket with Birmingham transport - £12 or pay what you can (depart Digbeth, Birmingham at 12pm; arrive Wysing at 2pm; depart Wysing at 5pm and arrive back in Birmingham approx. 7pm)

- Ticket with Cambridge transport - £8 or pay what you can (depart Cambridge train station at 1.30pm; arrive Wysing 2pm; depart Wysing 5pm and arrive back in Cambridge at 5.30pm)

3-6pm Entry

- Ticket without transport - free 

- Ticket with London transport - £12 or pay what you can (depart London Kings Cross at 1pm; arrive Wysing at 3pm; depart Wysing at 6pm and arrive back in London approx. 8pm)

Please note: Wysing is a not-for-profit organisation.

As a registered charity, we are committed to supporting artists and ticket sales help to support our charity mission. We ask you to pay what you can afford and leave it to your discretion. Please keep in mind that there are people who will genuinely need the cheaper tickets and we will have a limited number of those to offer.

Access Information  

The outdoor grounds at Wysing are uneven and have varying surface textures, which may cause some difficulty for unaccompanied wheelchair users.

The work in Amphis is also available to view on a monitor in reception, as Amphis is not wheelchair accessible.

Accessible parking and toilets are available.

Wheelchair accessible transport - We have a limited capacity to offer wheelchair accessibility for Cambridge and London transport. If you require wheelchair accessible transport, please tick the box on the ticket checkout page and we will be in touch by email to confirm arrangements with you. Free Companion Tickets for transport are available if required. Please let us know by Monday 4 October so we can make arrangements.

If you have other access requirements that you would like to check with us before booking, please get in touch with Ceri Littlechild, Wysing’s Head of Operations, at  
ceri.littlechild@wysingartscentre.org and we will be happy to help.

Covid Safety

To help keep audiences, artists and staff safe, capacity will be limited. Transport to the launch arranged by Wysing will be at reduced capacity.

Toilets will be available in Wysing’s buildings and sanitiser points are available around the site.

If the event is cancelled due to Covid, paid transport tickets will be fully refunded.