Opening Hours

Coronavirus Temporary Closure: Please note that Kettle’s Yard House and Gallery will be closed from 17 March 2020. You can keep up to date with the latest information here.

Café, galleries and shop: Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 5pm

House: Tuesday – Sunday 12  – 5pm

Free, timed entry tickets to the House are available at the information desk on arrival or online here.

Last entry to the House is at 4.30pm

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24 October 2018, 1.30-4pm

This afternoon session is designed to support young people studying GCSE and A-Level visual arts subjects to strengthen their portfolios for examination and application.

The critical and practical session will give participants the chance to talk through their portfolios with a professional artist, spend time developing it further through practical making as well as gaining experienced advice from Dr Amy Tobin, Curator of Exhibitions, Events and Research at Kettle’s Yard, who has previously contributed to selection committees for some of the most prestigious arts schools such as Goldsmiths.

Free, booking required.

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About Dr Amy Tobin

Amy Tobin completed her PhD at the University of York in 2017 with a thesis titled ‘Working Together, Working Apart: Feminism, Art and Collaboration in Britain and North American, 1970–1981’. After her PhD Amy won post-doctoral research grants from the Paul Mellon Centre for British Art and the Henry Moore Foundation.

She has taught Modern and Contemporary Art and Theory at the Universities of York and Birmingham, as well as at Goldsmiths, University of London, City and Guilds Art School and West Dean College.

At the University of Cambridge, Amy currently teaches across the Tripos, and convenes the special subject module ‘Vision and Representation in Contemporary Art’, which focuses on the politics of figuration, surveillance and censorship in recent art and visual culture.