NEWS AND LINKS

OUTSIDE EDGE: EXHIBITS ANNUALLY WITH CAMBRIDGE OPEN STUDIO

outside edge

Outside Edge is a group of 7 artists: Cathy Parker, Dafila Scott, Hannah Webb, Heather Maunders,
Joss Goodchild, Julia Suddaby & Vee Wallace

The exhibition runs FIRST TWO WEEKENDS OF OPEN STUDIOS

Open daily 11am – 6pm,

 

 

 

Outside Edge

Outside Edge is a group of 7 artists from Cambridge and the surrounding district, who meet regularly for discussion, inspiration and motivation. They exhibit together annually as part of Cambridge open Studio.

Cambridge Drawing Society

The Cambridge Drawing Society was formed in 1882 and has consistently provided a showcase in Cambridge for the visual arts, where amateur and professional artists can show their work together. The society has had many distinguished names on its membership list including Gwen Raverat, Cecil Beaton and Ronald Searle to name a few.

Heather has been an exhibiting member of the Society since 1996 and was their Treasurer from 2011-2014.

Cambridge Open Studios

Cambridge Open Studios is a flourishing community of artists, craftspeople and designer-makers working throughout Cambridgeshire. Its aim is to help bring artists and local people together, providing opportunities for the public to visit the workshops and studios of people working in a wide range of crafts and media.

Heather has been a member for 9 years, participating for 6 of them.

Society of East Anglian Watercolourists

Membership of the Society of East Anglian Watercolourists come from both amateur and proffessional backgrounds and drawn geographically from Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk.

Heather was been an exhibiting member since 2007 - 2014

Rowan

Rowan is a Cambridge City based charity and arts centre that was established in 1985 to bring artists and people with learning disabilities together in the production of fine artwork and crafts; while providing opportunities for self-expression and creative exploration.

 

Babylon Gallery

ADeC manages the Babylon Gallery, situated on Ely’s riverside. The gallery has established itself as a major venue within the eastern region for exhibiting some of the best in contemporary fine and applied arts. Admission is free.