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Luke Abbott, Wysing musician-in-residence 2012.
Cover of album Modern driveway.
Our programmes for young people encourage people aged 10-25 to use Kettle’s Yard as a site for social, cultural and creative enquiry.
Are you aged 15-25 years old? Wysing Arts Centre and Kettle’s Yard are working together on a programme called Circuit and are seeking young people from all sections of the community to get involved in developing workshops, commissions and events.
Arbury is Where We Live... Now!
Kettle’s Yard is partnering with Club United, a youth club based at the Meadows Community Centre, Cambridge, to explore identity and notions of community through photography. Inspired by the publication, Arbury is Where we Live!, the culmination of an oral history project involving local schools in 1981.
Club United welcome their own artist-in-residence, photographer Katherine Green, whose practice explores the bonds and notions of community. Additionally, Club United work with artists Rob Birch and Hilary Cox to hone their photographic skills and creativity