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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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Just over two weeks left to see Rose Garrard’s ‘Casting Room I’ in the research space. Made in 1986, during a performance in a corner shop, ‘Casting Room’ is a document of the gender politics of the 1980s. Images and quotes from women artists and page 3 girls are shown together in a protest of the exclusion of woman from the history of art and of the objectification of women in the British press. #RoseGarrard #CastingRoom #KettlesYard

Find out more about our @ARTISTROOMS Louise Bourgeois exhibition with curator @a_m_y_t_o_b_i_n #ARTISTROOMS 🕷💖

Today is #BrancusiDay, a Romanian celebration of the artist Constantin Brâncuși. This is ‘Golden Fish’, 1924 (posthumous cast, 1969) from the #KettlesYard collection. Jim Ede, founder of Kettle’s Yard sold the original fish to @mfaboston in 1957 to raise money for what is now the Kettle’s Yard Scholarship. The sale was confirmed by a telegram that read ‘Fish will swim with Boston Cod’. Our cast was delivered to Jim in 1973. The original fish is said to have been stolen and melted down by thieves. #ConstantinBrancusi

#repost from @maxwellmuseums 🕷 ARTIST ROOMS Louise Bourgeois is at #KettlesYard until 24 March. #ARTISTROOMS

Behind the scenes testing out light projections for #CamTwilight with Dyad Creative this week... join us this Wednesday, 20 February from 4.30pm! #HalfTerm

#Repost from @guyhaywood Anthea Hamilton / Wavy Plaster Boot, 2018, in the House @kettlesyard (Along with a nineteenth century Japanese lantern, a Tibetan yak bell and David Jones’ Flora in Calix - Light, 1950)