Opening Hours

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 11am – 5pm
Wednesday: 11am – 5pm
Thursday: 11am – 5pm
Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 5pm
Sunday: 11am – 5pm

Please note the House opens at 12pm, with last entry to the House at 4.20pm. To visit the House you will need to pre-book a ticket. Click here to book now.

Please note Kettle’s Yard will be closed on 1 July 2022 for a private event.

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+44 (0)1223 748 100
mail@kettlesyard.cam.ac.uk

 

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Join our team! See below for some exciting opportunities to join Kettle's Yard 👇 🎨 Learning Hosts - we are hiring for learning hosts to support the delivery of our Learning and Community programme. Closes 7 July. 🛍️ Retail Assistant - come and work in our gallery shop @kettlesyardshop ! Closes 10 July. 🖼️ Curatorial Assistant - join our curatorial team and support our upcoming exhibitions programme and work with the House and collection. Closes 13 July. Find out more and apply for all jobs by visiting our website www.kettlesyard.co.uk/about/jobs-employment 📸: Hufton + Crow

✨’Howardena Pindell: A New Language’ opens on Saturday 2 July ✨ FREE, come along ‘A New Language’ brings together work from Howardena Pindell’ six-decade long career including paintings, works on paper and video. The exhibition will trace the development of Pindell’s experiments in artistic form. Her work continues to respond to respond from the 1970s to the present day. 🎉 Join us to celebrate the opening of the exhibition on Monday 4 July, 6-8pm. Visit the link in our bio and click ‘What’s On’ to book your free ticket now. 🎉 Find out more about the exhibition in the link in our bio. The exhibition is organised by the @fruitmarketgallery in collaboration with Kettle’s Yard and @spikeisland

In honour of #RefugeeWeek we are screening @issamkourbaj 's 2021 performance 'Imploded, burned, turned to ash' on our website. This performance by the Syrian-born and Cambridge-based artist Issam Kourbaj was created to mark one decade of the Syrian uprising. It was performed and livestreamed on 15 March 2021 – the 10th anniversary of the first day of unrest. The performance is now being screened in locations worldwide to mark Refugee Week. Watch the film on our website until 26 June. Click the link in our bio to watch it now. The performance was created in collaboration with the composer Richard Causton and the soprano Jessica Summers, as well as Kettle’s Yard, @heong_gallery and @fitzmuseum_uk 📸 courtesy Heong Gallery

Please note that our exhibition galleries are now closed whilst we install our next exhibition 'Howardena Pindell: A New Language', which will open on 2 July 2022. The House, café and shop are still open as normal. Book your tickets by clicking the link in our bio. ✨🍋 [image description: a view into a room in the Kettle's Yard House. The room contains books, artworks, a table and chairs and rugs.]

"I have been here many, many times. I feel so familiar to the environment and I feel comfortable, and it feels real, natural. I like it because I feel I belong to it, you know. Jim Ede understood how to make his life as art, make art as his life. So, I very much identify to the environment." - @aiww on Kettle's Yard in @recessed.space interview. 'Ai Weiwei: The Liberty of Doubt' closes tomorrow, Sunday 19 June! Come along to Kettle's Yard today and tomorrow, 11am-5pm to catch the show before it finishes. Here is Weiwei pictured at Kettle's Yard, coming to see his exhibition during its last few days! 💖 #AiWeiwei #KettlesYard #Cambridge #VisitCambridge #CambridgeUniversity @cambridgeuniversity @camunivmuseums @aiww @andrewnairne #Artist #LibertyOfDoubt #ContemporaryArt #LastChanceToSee #LastChance

Are you a Friend of Kettle's Yard? Join us for this upcoming Friends event on 28 June, and hear from artist, curator and teacher Richard Wentworth. Wentworth has played a leading role in new British sculpture since the late 1970s, with much of the work he produced in the 1980s greatly influencing a generation of sculptors. Find out and book your ticket now by clicking the link in our bio and visiting 'What's On', or visit our website: www.kettlesyard.co.uk/friendsevents