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
- RT @fainfocultura: “Quell’ ultima magnifica iarda a Cambridge: Kettle’s Yard” http://t.co/vPDl4xVZZs
- V grateful to @langham_press for supporting Castle Hill Open Day again this year! http://t.co/7aLWC9IViO see their lovely fliers around town
- RT @TheMuseumOfLiz: lovely herbarium sheets from @CUBotanicGarden in new exhibition @PolarThing at @polarmuseum opening this Wed #OurCam ht…
- @TheMuseumOfLiz @CUBotanicGarden @PolarThing @polarmuseum
- @renruten Glad you liked it - let us know what you think of the films!
Kettles Yard / Flickr
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Kettles Yard / Slideshow
Take a look at slideshow of images from the house
Try Your Hand
A watercolour workshop with plants loaned from Cambridge University Botanic Garden.
Interview with Karen Guthrie
We interview Somewhere artist Karen Guthrie ahead of their exhibition at Kettle's Yard.
Children at the Teddy Bear's Picnic created sleeping sculptures inspired by Henri Gaudier-Brzeska's dog sculpture
I Am The Warrior Closing Party
The Circuit group helped create an open exhibition with creative workshops and closing party
Unearthed in Memoriam
Artist Issam Kourbaj reflects on his new works created in response to the crisis in Syria
Return to Kettle’s Yard
Curator Mark Haworth-Booth describes how, back in the 60s, he helped Jim Ede ensure the future of Kettle’s Yard.
Gustav Metzger: Lift Off! Lecture
Our student blogger talks manifestos, the market & Metzger
Friends of Mitcham’s Corner are launching a month long display of mannequins
Interview with Chris Ingram
Chris Ingram is the owner of The Ingram Collection of Modern British and Contemporary Art
Illustration Series: Illuminating Spaces
A new illustration by Cambridge School of Art student Johann Rohl
Kettle’s Yard at Night
Take a look at these beautiful photos from Kettle's Yard at Night
Cambridge Sculpture Trail
Cambridge Sculpture Trails have just launched a new free app.
Illustration Series: Javanese Puppet
A new illustration by Aleesha, a Cambridge School of Art student
Nina Pope & Karen Guthrie are artists in residence on the new North West Cambridge Development site
Illustration Series: Library
A new illustration by Cambridge School of Art Student Poppy Skelley
Art & Life Lecture Series: Modernity and the English Tradition
By student blogger Florence Gildea
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