News

​All the very latest arts and creative news from members of Cambridge Arts Network. 

The CAN e-newsletter features all the news highlights uploaded to the site. If you would like to share your news, simply login to your profile.  

Sing For Your School

Calling all schools! We are really pleased to announce Cambridgeshire Music’s headline project for 2016-17 Sing for Your School, an exciting opportunity that gives every school...

Posted by cambridgeshiremusic on 17th June 2016.

East Chesterton Art Trail

We are a group of ceramicists, glass-workers, jewellers, painters and printmakers living or working in East Chesterton, Cambridge.  We have joined together during Cambridge Open...

Posted by Maureen on 15th June 2016.

‘Draw Together’ a free, certificated online drawing course for teenagers

Summer 2016, AccessArt invites teenagers worldwide to join in 'Draw Together' a free, certificated online drawing course in collaboration with Cambridge School of Art at Anglia...

Posted by SCeccarelli on 15th June 2016.

Shutter Hub has landed - Photography exhibitions, talks, workshops and Portfolio Review

THE SHUTTER HUB OPEN 2016 - EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS FOR SUMMER 2016 The Shutter Hub OPEN 2016 is an opportunity to take part in a conversation about photography – includes an exhibition...

Posted by Shutter Hub on 26th May 2016.

Wysing appoint new assistant curator

Wysing Arts Centre are very pleased to have recruited John Bloomfield as their new Assistant Curator. John is currently an editor at Black Dog Publishing alongside which he has...

Posted by CAN network on 17th May 2016.

Rival proposals have been put forward by Cambridge Junction and TGI Fridays

An eight-storey rebuild of the Cambridge Junction has been proposed amid a flood of objections to plans for a TGI Fridays in the city's leisure park. The restaurant chain plans...

Posted by CAN network on 17th May 2016.

New report calls for changes to cultural commissioning in health sector

Pilot projects in Kent and Gloucestershire have revealed procurement approaches are leaving arts and cultural organisations at a disadvantage, according to NEF. Arts and cultural organisations...

Posted by CAN network on 16th May 2016.

Results released of the Taking Part 3 year study

Following the third year of the DCMS Taking Part’s longitudinal study, a new report reveals who attends the arts most often and why people stop engaging. The most committed arts...

Posted by CAN network on 16th May 2016.

EBacc parlimentary debate is now confirmed to go ahead

The Parliamentary debate on the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) has been confirmed for Monday 4 July 2016. With two months to go we need every MP to know about this debate. We have put...

Posted by CAN network on 10th May 2016.

Second Open House Artist in Residence is announced

At a busy meeting in Buchan Street on the 1st of March, 23 members of the public voted to select Isabella Martin as the next Open House Artist in Residence for North Cambridge. Isabella...

Posted by CAN network on 10th May 2016.