22/02/2020
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Free
Event information
Time
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Price
Free

Join New Geographies artist Marcus Coates for this session in the House at Kettle’s Yard which will use meditative techniques to access the imagination and find new approaches to solving problems.

This project is part of New Geographies, a major commissioning programme taking place across the East of England.

FREE, booking required

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About New Geographies

The East Contemporary Visual Arts Network (ECVAN) has launched New Geographies, a three-year partnership between nine arts organisations in the East of England, many local Outreach partners and three Dutch partners; Casco: Office for Art, Design & Theory, De Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten and the curatorial group ‘If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want to be Part of Your Revolution’.

Throughout Summer of 2017, we asked people to nominate overlooked or unexpected places in the region that they find meaningful and interesting to them. By asking ‘what is a forgotten place that you think is important to highlight?’. We want more people to share their stories, building upon an active discussion with the potential to connect us to each other and to re-imagine our idea of ‘place’.

In response to these nominations, ECVAN have commissioned artists – from the UK and internationally – to highlight some of those places with new site-specific work. This combination of local knowledge and world-class art seeks to create a new vision of the East of England as a place to encounter excellent art in unexpected places. Each of our Dutch partners have provided advice and support throughout the selection process, ensuring we take a fresh and innovative approach to the array of commissions that can be created.

Access

The House is not fully accessible. The extension to the House is fully accessible and we are happy to accommodate all visitors wishing to join us. Please call 01223 748100 or email mail@kettlesyard.cam.ac.uk to discuss any access requirements with us and to find out more.