Saturday 23 July

Open Studios
12 to 4pm

Open Platform
4 to 6pm

Free admission

Join us on-site for Wysing Open Studios 2022, a celebration of Wysing’s studio and associate artists, and our first Open Platform event, presented in collaboration with artist led space, Motion Sickness.

To book a free ticket via Eventbrite, please click here.

Wysing Open Studios 2022
Open Studios is a chance for visitors to see work being made by Wysing studio and associate artists, meet artists onsite and explore Wysing’s rural campus and facilities (including our Ceramics Studio).

Artists include; Beverley Carruthers, Fiona Curran, Emanuela Cusin, Damaris Athene, Rob Foster-Jones, Bettina Furnée, Isobel Meredith-Hardy, Sophie Hill, Penny Klein, Georgina Manning, Josh McCormack, Aaron Ossia, Soheila Sokhanvari, and Caroline Wendling.

Open Platform presented by Motion Sickness X Wysing Arts Centre
Open Platform is a lo-fi sharing space for artists to present work-in-progress sound, moving image, performance and other kinds of ephemeral media in a supportive environment.

You are invited to join us after Open Studios to watch or take part in this second half of the event.

Performance slots are 10 minutes long with a limited number of slots available. There will be an audio jack, connection for projection, microphone and a simple sound system to make use of and artists will be expected to look after their own tech when presenting.

If you would like to present at Open Platform, please contact Hannah on hannah.wallis@wysingartscentre.org, for more information and to book a slot. If no slots are available, we will add your name to the waiting list.

Access Information

Accessible parking and toilets are available.

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

The ground floor studios of Bettina Furnée and Caroline Wendling have a small step and are not wheelchair accessible. The first floor studio of Beverley Carruthers is not wheelchair accessible.

If you have other access requirements that you would like to check with us, please get in touch with Hannah at hannah.wallis@wysingartscentre.org and we will be happy to help.


Tea, coffee, soft drinks and cake will be available for visitors with vegan and gluten free options. You are welcome to bring along a picnic.

Please note we do not have a café and there is nowhere to buy lunch on site.

Getting to Wysing

We have ample parking on site. Public bus services run hourly from Cambridge (No. 18 from Drummer Street) to Bourn Village Monday to Saturday. Please check bus times before travelling. Wysing is a 15-minute walk from Bourn, but please note this is along a busy road. Find out more about transport information on our website here.

About Motion Sickness

Motion Sickness Project Space is a gallery set in an empty retail unit at the Lion Yard Shopping Centre in Cambridge. Since its launch in 2019, the artist-led space has exhibited emerging artists from all over the UK, particularly supporting those from groups currently marginalised in the art world.

The project space was launched by art collective Motion Sickness. The collective was set up by three Cambridge School of Art graduates Denise Kehoe, Eleanor Breeze and Arabella Hilfiker, and they initially started working together in 2018 as a way to revive the infertile Cambridge art scene whilst exploring and satirising society's view of millennial-hood. Before launching the project space, they ran a series of themed networking events for local artists called Playdates.


motion sickness hand-written in pink