Wysing Arts Centre is a registered charity that provides a range of programmes for artistic research, experimentation, discovery and production, out of which emerges an ongoing programme of exhibitions, public events, activity for young people, families and schools. 

Our large rural site near Cambridge includes a gallery, educational facilities, 
artists' studios, project spaces, a 17th century farmhouse and a growing collection of outdoor sculpture.

Wysing Arts Centre & Cafe Abantu @ Wysing will be closed on bank holiday Monday 29 August and will re-open on Tuesday 30 August.

Summercamp Symposia

3 September, 2-9.45pm

Artists Sonia Boyce and Evan Ifekoya have developed the day-long symposium and music event Two steps to the Left… exploring the role of dance and music in the creation of momentary communities of dissent and assent. With contributions from Ain Bailey, Adelaide Bannerman, Sonia Boyce, Yassmin V Foster, Evan Ifekoya, Melika Ngombe Kolongo, Zinzi Minott, Nkisi, ORETHA and Leyla Reynolds.

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Joey Holder solo exhibition

Saturday 24 September, 6-8pm

Join us to celebrate the launch of Ophiux, a major solo exhibition of new work by Joey Holder comprising an ambitious immersive installation and film that has emerged from her residency at Wysing in 2015. Ophiux imagines a future in which synthetic biology has been fully realised and applied to both advance human evolution and increase life expectancy, and where human biology has been computer programmed.

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New Course on Printmaking

Friday 7 October & Saturday 8 October

Book your place at a two-day course on printmaking led by Wysing studio artist Lisa Wilkens. The course includes a visit to renowned print-maker Kip Gresham’s Print Studio, and through discussion and practical work will enable participants to develop a broad range of prints.

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