In line with current Government guidance, Kettle’s Yard House and Gallery will be temporarily closed from 5 November.
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Over the past year, Hannah has been working with groups in North Cambridge to create a new sound work which is shared with you in Hyperlocal Radio.
Kemp-Welch has been inspired by Cambridge pioneering company Pye Electronics, their history and remaining impact on the local community as well as Kettle’s Yard’s founder, Jim Ede’s own experiences of public broadcasting in the UK and USA.
Hyperlocal Radio is the culmination of creative engagement with over 3000 people in North Cambridge with elements of this work being shared on Cambridge 105 on World Radio Day, 13th February 2019.
Visit the Research Space on the first floor of Kettle’s Yard to see (and hear) some of the results and outcomes of this collaborative project.
The Research Space is fully accessible. Please take the stairs or the lift from the ground floor to floor 1.
Open House is a long-term collaboration between Kettle’s Yard and our neighbouring communities in North Cambridge. Supported by Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, Cambridge City Council and Arts Council England.
In the Research Space on the first floor of Kettle’s Yard
Gallery, shop, café and research space:
Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 5pm
Tuesday – Sunday 12 – 5pm
Image: Hannah Kemp-Welch outside 19 Humberstone Road in Chesterton, where Pye was founded in a garden shed.