Kettle’s Yard house and gallery is currently closed while we work on our major building project to create a better Kettle’s Yard for all. Kettle’s Yard closed in June 2015 and the building project is expected to take around two years and a half to complete.
You can view the development plans here
While we are closed Kettle’s Yard is working with a number of partner galleries across the UK to present works from our permanent collection in new contexts. Displays are taking place in Cambridge, Wakefield, Middlesbrough and other locations. Some of these are still to be announced, keep checking on our website or sign up to receive our e-News to be kept regularly informed.
Take a look at the map below which shows where we have off site exhibitions and collection works on loan.
Kettle’s Yard works on loan
A number of Kettle’s Yard collection works are touring to exhibitions nationally and internationally, these include:
Winifred Nicholson: Liberation of Colour, MIMA, Middlesbrough, until 12 February 2017
Anthea Hamilton Reimagines Kettle’s Yard, The Hepworth Wakefield, until 19 March 2017
This Winter you can also find many works from the collection at exhibitions across Cambridge, find out more.
Kettle’s Yard Chamber Music Off Site
Whilst Kettle’s Yard is closed the chamber music series is being hosted by the Old Divinity School, St John’s College. For more about the series click here
Open House is a three-year creative programme developed through a partnership between Kettle’s Yard and communities in North Cambridge. Open House will host free events, workshops and exhibitions. For more click here