Exploring & Developing Digital Art
Wednesday 25 November
5.30 - 7.30 pm
Get creative in this workshop hosted by Circuit, for 15-25 year olds
Circuit: Unlock Cambridge
10 October, 12-9 pm
Calling all 15-25 year olds, our young peoples' group Circuit having been working with Danish artists Superflex to develop a free festival of workshops, pop up events and performances in various locations around Cambridge for you! Come and unlock the city. Free and all welcome.
13 July to 23 August
The third Leverhulme Arts Scholars Summer School at Wysing Arts Centre, with Scholars Chris Alton, Calum Bowden, Gordon Douglas, Henry Driver, George Harding, Emily Hawes, Steph Li, Helen Savage, Sophia Simensky, Ben Tupper, Jules Varnedoe, Nathaniel Whitfield will take place 13 July-23 August 2015.
13 August, 6.30 - 8.30pm
Exploring the role of galleries and museums as a creative interface between young people and the digital sector. We are exploring new ways to equip our diverse group of young people with the creative skills needed to become part of the digital and hi-tech industries. You are invited to join us for a presentation of our progress to date and learn of our future plans to engage with the tech, gaming, film and visual effects industries across the UK.
Friday 14 August, 10am - 4pm
Take over studio space at Wysing for a day. Try your hand at art workshops organised by young people for young people: jewellery making, sculpture, and collage.
28 March, 8 - 10 pm
Kettle's Yard, Cambridge
An evening of live music, dance, and spoken word entertainment inspired by the work of artist Henri Gaudier-Brzeska and the Kettle's Yard exhibition, New Rhythms. FREE
24 February - 21 June
Grace & Speed: The Birds of Henri Gaudier-Brzeska
Kettle's Yard, Cambridge
This exhibition, curated collaboratively by our young people's group, Circuit, explores artist Henri Gaudier-Brzeska’s constantly changing drawing styles through a selection of his sketches of birds.
Thursday 26 - Saturday 28 February 2015, 10am-3pm.
Changing Spaces, Cambridge
Enjoy a distinctive retail experience and buy unusual and quirky handmade products at Pop-Up Pop-In – a shop designed, devised and created by young people completing an NVQ in retail.
Tuesday 24 February, 7-8pm
at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
Our young peoples' group, Circuit, are hosting a talk by Catherine Flood who is a Curator at the V&A museum London. Catherine Flood, co-curated the recent exhibition Disobedient Objects at the V&A, that explored the powerful role of objects in political activism. Catherine will discuss how museums and galleries select and present works to bring objects alive to the public.
FREE no need to book
Artist-Led Workshop & Arts Award Support Session: Digital Doorways to the Multiverse
2.30–4.30pm, Saturday 13 June
FREE DROP IN
Join Artist and Arts Award Adviser Jack Cornell to explore our latest exhibition, The Fifth Artist. During the workshop we will develop our own creative responses to the artworks using green screen technology to create digital doorways to the Multiverse.
Gallery Takeover at Kettle's Yard, Cambridge
Saturday 11 July, 2-6pm
Take part in art workshops organised by young people for young people. Try your hand at animation, jewellery making, and graffiti.