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Small town life: Gwen Raverat made her name depicting the area around @kettlesyard, Cambridge http://www.apollo-magazine.com/small-town-life-gwen-raverat-kettles-yard-cambridge/ …

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Meet the Artists: Karen Guthrie & Nina Pope
£8 (£6)
2 October, 7pm, exhibition open 6-7pm.
Artists Karen Guthrie and Nina Pope, winners of the Northern Art Prize 2008, will be discussing their new exhibition at Kettle's Yard and the potential of art to have a social role with Director Andrew Nairne. Pope and Guthrie have spent the past year as resident artists in North West Cambridge, working with the department of archaeology at Cambridge University. Archaeologists Chris Evans and Sefryn Penrose will be discussing their experience of working with the artists.
http://www.kettlesyard.co.uk/learning/talks/lectures/

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The Castle Hill area has a chequered history spanning over 2,000 years from when it was initially settled by the Romans, to the building of the first Norman castle, to being the site of the city gallows and area of ill-repute as described by Gwen Raverat, to today – a vibrant and fast growing part of the city.
Read more on the blog and join us at Castle Hill Open Day to explore the history, heritage and art of Castle Hill!
http://www.kettlesyardonline.co.uk/castle-hill-open-day-2014/

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New on the blog: a video interview with Karen Guthrie, one half of artist duo Somewhere who will be presenting a selection of their films and projects at Kettle's Yard Gallery this autumn.

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Not long now until our next exhibition with Karen Guthrie & Nina Pope, read their blog here.

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In this month's issue of Frieze James Cahill reviews Gustav Metzger: LIFT OFF! 'It is hard not to interpret his work as an elegy for his own exuberant spirit of enquiry and the radical political outlook from which it springs.'
Don't miss your last chance to see LIFT OFF! before the exhibition closes on the 31st!
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Glad to say that we are back & will be regularly posting about our exhibitions, music & events. Follow for a behind the scenes look at what's going on plus arts & culture news in Cambridge!
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Plans are afoot for the next Castle Hill Open Day - Saturday 21 September. Don't forget to put the date in your diary and watch this space for more info...
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A sneak peek of our next leaflet - coming up, Christopher Wood in the gallery from 6 July.
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A selection of images from our latest exhibition from British artist, Katie Paterson, including new work, Fossil Necklace, in St Peter's Church.
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Katie Paterson
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