Family drop in afternoon for Kettles Yard in response to Jennifer Lee’s ceramic exhibit.
For Kettles Yard
Castle Hill Open Day is a chance to explore an old and vibrant neighbourhood of Cambridge as many venues open their doors to visitors. Continue reading
A family workshop for Kettles Yard in the North Cambridge, Arbury community
Trying out the Bare Conductive electric paint in a drop in setting. We drew our imaginary beasts in Bare Conductive paint, a paint that conducts electricity! We then found sounds from the BBC Sound Archive to suit the nature of each beast. When attached to a Bare Conductive touchboard our drawings became interactive. Take a look at the Sea Squeaker below. Continue reading
Sharing the Grove Primary School, Art of Messaging project as part of Hannah Kemp-Welch’s Hyperlocal Radio exhibition. Project findings curated into Pye suitcases, a nod to a local connection with radio.
A session for GCSE students with Kettles Yard exploring the GCSE theme of Reflection
An invitation to each group to construct a reflective space, each with a slightly different focus, 30 mins to build using the variety of reflective surfaces supplied. Continue reading
A five week project for Open House, Kettles Yard with a group of Year 4 and 5 students in a Cambridge primary School. Helped out by Virtually There Studio and Cambridge Amateur Radio Club.
Past, present and future communication technology, what’s the best way to get our message across, how much do we want people to know? Is a straight to the point message the best or do we want to convey our emotions and mood? Continue reading
A return to words, a day working with all 226 students at Arbury Primary School. Last year Arbury Christmas tree was nominated as one of the saddest in the country so this year Kettles Yard was asked to help out with the decorating process. Continue reading
I’ve been thinking a lot about words and communication recently. Firstly working with learning disabled students at the excellent Rowan Humberstone arts centre in Cambridge. This was part of Kettles Yard’s Open House programme, this season exploring radio and capturing overlooked voices. Continue reading
Really enjoyable family drop in session this afternoon. Inspired by the Sophie Ricketts photography exhibit the families braved the sudden wintry weather and explored the churchyard with magnifying lens searching out objects that would normally be passed un-noticed. Back in the studio these objects became large artworks sometimes encompassing imagined elements such as fairies that can only be viewed through a lens.