This is a sample from Kettle's Yard Oral History Archive or Re:Collection. Many more can be listened to here.
Kettles Yard / Twitter feed
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- RT @andrewnairne: Great to be with artist Roger Hiorns today in Cambridge: ideas for the future. And he spotted the light switches in the h…
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Kettles Yard / Flickr
Click here to take a look at Kettle's Yard's Flickr page
Kettles Yard / Slideshow
Take a look at slideshow of images from the house
Our work with Cam Sight, a charity that supports blind and partially sighted people in Cambridge
Hiroaki Takenouchi Concert
New Music concert celebrates composer Jeremy Dale Roberts 80th birthday
Destination Marseille for the Friends of Kettle’s Yard
A taste of the opportunities that membership of the Friends brings
Katie Paterson wins South Bank Sky Arts Visual Art Award
By Kettle's Yard Director Andrew Nairne
Illustration Series: Victor Skipp exhibition
Beautiful sketches of Kettle's Yard exhibitions
Edmund de Waal at the Fitzwilliam Museum
An exhibition contrasting contemporary pottery and historic porcelain works.
Foreign Bodies, Common Ground, Wellcome Collection’s new exhibition
Six artists, six countries
Arbury is Where we Live….Now!
Kettle’s Yard is partnering with Club United to enable young people to document their community through photography.
Victor Skipp Exhibition Review
Student writer Florence Gildea looks between the lines at Kettle's Yard's brand new exhibition
‘Do come in as often as you like – the place is only alive when used’
Frieda Midgley, Archivist at Kettle's Yard discovers a fascinating letter written by Jim Ede
Animating Kettle’s Yard / Kettle's Yard volunteer Dave Pescod
Read all about The Practice Sessions Big Draw Special led by animator Karolina Glusiec
A student’s view of Kettle’s Yard House
Third year student Florence Gildea reflects on what makes Kettle's Yard House so special.
The stars are out: Open evenings at the Institute of Astronomy
With one week left of Sophy Rickett’s Objects in the Field, find out more about her source of inspiration at the Institute of Astronomy Open Evenings
Bobbing corks & ash clouds: the perils and pleasures of planning the chamber series
Justin Lee, programmer of Chamber Series – Kettle’s Yard
Circuit’s Summer Launch
Circuit is a true gem of an opportunity for any young person interested in the Arts.
There has never been a greater time to give to Kettle’s Yard / Donations
Thanks to Arts Council England's £1 for £1 matched funding under the Catalyst scheme, all donations to Kettle's Yard are doubled this year. Find out more about where your donations go.
Art Everywhere / Aflred Wallis, Five Ships, Mount's Bay c.1928
Find out about an Alfred Wallis work from our collection that has been chosen by the public to appear on billboards up and down the country.
CIRCUIT / Call for participation
A call to young artists to take part in free workshops to expand your creative practice.
House Guests / a collaboration with students from the Royal College of Art
More about our House Guests exhibition and its publication created in collaboration between Jeremy Millar, Kettle's Yard Associate Artist, and students from the Critical Writing in Art and Design programme at the Royal College of Art.
The Heath Quartet / Ensemble in Residence 2013/14
We catch up with the Heath Quartet, Ensemble in Residence for Kettle's Yard 2013/14 Chamber Concert Series and 2013 Royal Philharmonic Society Young Artist award winners.
Sculpture as witness at Jesus College / The Director's Blog
Andrew Nairne, Director of Kettle's Yard, tells us about a new display of works by five international artists in the grounds and building of Jesus College, Cambridge.
Les Enfant Terribles / Jean and Jeanne Bourgoint
The tale of a brother and sister, immortalised in a Cocteau novel and reunited in our Christopher Wood exhibition.
Scintillation: Views within a meteorite / Kettle's Yard Recommends
An exhibition of paintings inspired by imagery of translucent crystal structures captured using a digital microscope from deep within the Seymchan meteorite.
Punching, casting and huge drawings / Marston Vale Middle School
See how Year 7 & 8 students got punching, casting and drawing in response to our Katie Paterson exhibition over four visits to Kettle's Yard.
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition / Wayfaring: Horse by Jane Waterhouse
Our Artist Educator, Jane Waterhouse, has been selected for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, here she tells us more about her work.
Paul Coldwell / Re-Imagining Scott, Objects & Journeys
Artist Paul Coldwell, who staged the intervention 'I called while you were out' in the Kettle's Yard house in 2008-2009, has a new exhibition at the Polar Museum, here he tells us about his research into Scott's final expedition which informs his work in the exhibition.
Bridget Riley’s studio / Friends of Kettle's Yard
When Bridget Riley came to talk in Cambridge, she invited the Friends of Kettle's Yard back to her studio for a special tour.
“Please leave candle above for me to take down…” / and other unusual signs by Jim Ede
A discovery of hand written signs by Jim Ede gives us a snapshot into the past and makes us wonder the circumstances that necessitated their writing.
Thresholds / The finale of a fantastic poetry project
Read Jackie Kay's poem for Kettle's Yard, written as part of her residency during Thresholds poetry project curated by poet laureate, Carol Ann Duffy.
DNA & Fossil Necklace / Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
We delve into the world of genetics which inspired Katie Paterson's Fossil Necklace and find out why DNA was to important to her project.