19 January – 1 March 2017
An exhibition of diverse works of art and interesting archive material that capture and recall the essence of the Kite district of Cambridge city centre from its birth in the 1800s until the present day.
Four artists express their strong links to the Cambridge district in a variety of visual mediums and their work is shown alongside old photographs and newspaper cuttings, all in the pleasant setting of Clare Hall’s exhibition area.
The result is a thought-provoking blend of art, history, memory and politics.
The exhibition is at Clare Hall daily 9am to 6pm from 19 January to 1 March 2017 and is open to all. Clare Hall is on Herschel Road CB3 9AL, and entry is via the Porter’s Lodge.
The exhibition has been made possible by the collaboration of Clare Hall’s Art Committee, the Cambridge Collection, sponsors LT123 Ltd and curator Chris Williams of Williams Art.
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