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House: Tuesday – Sunday 12  – 5pm

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17 May 2019, 6.30–9.30pm

Join us for our next Late evening curated by artist Oscar Murillo.

There will be creative workshops, pop-up talks, live sound drinks and events centred around our current exhibition, Oscar Murillo: Violent Amnesia. The café will be open for drinks and refreshments all night, including a special cocktail designed by Oscar Murillo.

£5, booking recommended

Click here to book now.

There will be limited tickets available on the door on the night.

All evening, 6.30–9.30pm

Performance
At regular intervals until 9pm
Roaming, the performer will move between spaces
Invited specially for this evening by Oscar Murillo, singer Jan Alberto Castillo will move between the spaces at Kettle’s Yard performing a capella at points throughout the evening.

Frequencies display: celebrating creativity in Cambridge
Clore Learning Studio, basement
This is the first chance to see canvases produced by school students in Cambridge in their classrooms over the last six months as part of Oscar Murillo’s Frequencies project. View the canvases througout the evening and and find out more at Clara Dublanc’s talk at 7pm.

Workshop with Hilary Cox Condron (until 9.15pm)
Ede Room, Second Floor
I am #NotAnIsland
Come and take part in a mixed media workshop inspired by Oscars Murillo’s global vision in his work, with artist Hilary Cox Condron. Create your own piece of artwork exploring journeys, symbols and mark making, and be part of an online gallery that spreads out across Cambridge and beyond.

Café/bar at Garden Kitchen

7pm

Talk: Frequencies, Clara Dublanc
Clore Learning Studio, basement
Drop in, no booking required, but arrive promptly as capacity is limited.
A short 15 minute talk about the Frequencies project with producer Clara Dublanc.

7.30pm

Talk: Violent Amnesia, Jenny Powell
Sackler Gallery
Drop-in, no booking required, but arrive promptly as capacity is limited. A short 15 minute talk by exhibition co-curator and lecturer Dr Jenny Powell introducing some of the themes and ideas in Oscar Murillo’s exhibition at Kettle’s Yard.

8.30pm

Live video Q&A with Oscar Murillo
Welcome area
Space is limited so arrive promptly
Join Director of Kettle’s Yard and co-curator of Violent Amnesia,
Andrew Nairne, by the main entrance as he speaks to Oscar Murillo live via video link.

About Clara Dublanc

Clara Dublanc is a cultural producer specializing in projects that relate to migrants rights and cross cultural dialogue. She is the founder of “Itinerant Works” a production outfit developing projects at the intersection between activism and the cultural sector. Clara has a double degree in Literature from the Universities of Bologna and Haute-Alsace, and a Masters in International Relations between Europe and Latin America, also from the University of Bologna.

About Oscar Murillo

Oscar Murillo was born in 1986 in Colombia and moved to London with his family when he was ten years old. His practice incorporates a variety of techniques and media including painting, performance, drawing, collaborative works, sculpture and sound, often using recycled materials and fragments collected from his studio. Many of his works undergo multiple processes in the studio before being exhibited. Murillo’s work reflects his own experience of displacement, and the social fallout of globalisation.

Access

The galleries, Clore Learning Studio and Research Space are all fully accessible.The whole of the café, which is a conversion of some of the original parts of Kettle’s Yard, not part of the new development, is not fully accessible to wheelchair users. Please click here to find out more about access at Kettle’s Yard.