Projects & Events

Discover all the latest creative events and projects happening across Cambridge and the surrounding area by CAN members.  These posts are regularly featured in the CAN e-newsletter. 

If you are setting up your own group please visit the Member Led Events page here

We advise that you check with the organiser in advance of the event to check for any time or date changes.

Feel Good Making - Easter Celebration Decorations

"Give yourself time to make, find meaning and be mindful" With expert advice from our tutors, you are sure to take home a beautiful hand-crafted item at one of our amazing Saturday Workshops....

Posted by gaplearning on 6th March 2017.

Study Day

In March, three artists will be joining our first residency of 2017: Pallavi Paul, Claire Potter and Raju Rage. To accompany their residency, and our current gallery exhibition ‘All...

Posted by CAN network on 2nd March 2017.

Ruth Ensign: A retrospective

A selection of works from the private collection of Professor Anthony Milton Ruth Singley Ensign was born in Tokyo in 1923, and was profoundly influenced by both her childhood in Japan,...

Posted by CAN network on 2nd March 2017.

Opening The Channels: Resolutions

Launching the Wysing Polyphonic residency programme and responding to Wysing's All Channels Open exhibition, this study day will consider what...

Posted by WysingArtsCentre on 24th February 2017.

New Drama Group for People with Experience of Cancer

Our new drama group has started at Cambridge Cancer Centre. We are looking for people with experience of cancer who want to get involved in a creative theatrical project.  Free...

Posted by CAN network on 24th February 2017.

Tough Love: Rasing Awareness of Unhealthy Teenage Relationships

Tough Love is a 30 minute drama designed for young people; that addresses abuse and exploitation in teenage relationships It tells the story of 15 year old Becka and her relationship...

Posted by CAN network on 24th February 2017.

Launch of the Dance of Light Project, All Funds Raised are for The Wildlife Trust

Pioneering Interdisciplinary Fine Art Films Programme Introduction - Woodlands Trust Viewing of The Dance of Light Film - Unique light art created to sounds from the British Library...

Posted by CAN network on 23rd February 2017.

Twombly’s Books

How does literary reference affect the interpretation of largely abstract works? In her recent book, Reading Cy Twombly: Poetry in Paint (Princeton University Press, 2016),...

Posted by artatarb on 20th February 2017.

Calling all artists interested in new technology

Marshmallow Laser Feast will join The Fusion Works as speakers at Collusion's next arts and tech Meetup, full details in link below; Let's talk about virtual reality...

Posted by Collusion on 7th February 2017.

Creative Courses

Cambridge Community Arts are delighted to be working in partnership with the WEA (Workers Education Association) to offer a range of short courses run by local artists.  Courses...

Posted by Jane_CamCommArts on 2nd February 2017.