The Cambridge Art Salon are delighted to open their Christmas Art Fair, with affordable, hand-made works of art and craft, and festive workshops every weekend.
After a hugely successful inaugural arts festival the Romsey Art festival is returning!!
We need you! We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who is willing to
- research fundraising activities and sources to support the funding of the festival
- research and find grants and funds which the festival will qualify for in terms of application
- engage with and maximising revenue from sponsorship
We are also looking for a keen and accurate website co-ordinator who can maintain our existing website
- You will have operational responsibility for the website’s development and maintenance
- You will ensure that all information given is uploaded accurately and timely.
This is an excellent opening to get your hands on an illuminate website. You’ll be empowered to make decisions about how best the site should be developed giving you both influence and responsibility. Get in touch ASAP to find out more!
Plus to add to our team we would love a highly motivated individual to be our media liaison officer for the Romsey Art Festival 2014.
- You will be required to research and contact local and national press.
- Ensure sponsors are suitably visible in all advertising.
- Ensure content is accurate
- Invite press to the festival events etc.
- And generally get people excited about the festival!
Again get in touch with us without delay!!!
New collaborative work by Fiona Henderson and Cambridge-made label Q Here. Extended opening hours – Open Friday-Wednesday!
Earlier in 2013, Fiona Henderson and Ruth Schmid were with other artists and designers from the Cambridge Art Salon, chatting over cocktails at 196 on Mill Rd., and what started as fulfilling a rush order of custom made bags, led to them both collaborating further on Ruth’s Q Here label.
Both city residents, cyclists, creatives, and inspired by imaginative waste-users worldwide, Ruth and Fiona’s collaboration has resulted in some new unique, quirky, upcycled pieces that reflect a Cambridge lifestyle.
So now, alongside Ruth’s well known signature bags and accessories, made from used advertising banners and cycle innertubes sourced locally around town, there are some playful new departures.
Come along to the welcoming opening party from 6.30pm Friday 8th, and enjoy delicious treats from Urban Larder ( the café on Mill Rd is also showcasing Q Here upcycled products)
Show stays open throughout the weekend 9th – 10th November so indulge, browse and enjoy.
Hope to see you there, Ruth and Fiona.
For more information, visit the facebook page
Karl Dmitri Bishop talks about his work, becoming a photographer and his exhibition at the Art Salon.
In the September exhibition of his photography at the Art Salon he explored the abstract dream space by veiling and obscuring the formal subject matter to form a highly constructed surreal moment. The elaborate veils that shroud each subject lend them their intangible quality of otherworldliness.
Jo will be showcasing her new work along side her ever growing range of characterful animal cards, and decorative floral prints. This is a perfect opportunity to get stocked up with some extra special gifts for Christmas, including this years latest products some lovely tea towels, featuring ‘The Tea Owls’ as well as mugs, cushions, calendars and much more.
Come along and enjoy a glass of wine with us on the opening night at 7pm Friday 25th October, looking forward to meeting you then.
There will also be a fun ‘make an animal mask’ workshop for children on 12noon – 2pm Saturday 26th October. This is a great chance for young children to have a go at drawing and colouring in their very own animal mask.
Please email Jo to book a space for your child firstname.lastname@example.org
The Exhibition explores some of the certainty and uncertainties of life. Their work encourages explorations of difference and similarity:
Catherine volunteered as a wildlife and conservation photographer, documenting flora and fauna whilst on safari in Africa, while Daisy chronicled goings-on closer to home.
A percentage of the sale of certain works will be donated to Huntingdon, Peterborough & Cambridge MS Therapy Centre
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Karl Dmitri Bishop
Photographer and visual artist
‘Karl Dmitri Bishop’s work explores the abstract dream space by veiling and obscuring the formal subject matter to form a highly constructed surreal moment.
His shots are high fabricated and processed, with each feeling more akin to a painting; the elaborate veils that shroud each subject lend them their intangible quality of otherworldliness.’
You can find out more about the artist here
Peter Sutton and Andrew Coleman private view for General synopsis
August 8th 6:30pm
Find out more about the artist here
The Map Project is a community art project run by Hugh Chapman and Sa’adiah Khan.The project has brought together a range of participants to contribute artwork inspired by East Cambridge. We’re now starting to collage these artworks to form the Map. Drop by to see the work-in-progress and contribute to the Map.
Sunday 12 – 5pm
Monday 12 – 5pm
Tuesday 12 – 5pm
Wednesday 12 – 5pm
To find out more about The Map Project click here