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, a growing collection of outdoor sculpture and an on-site cafe.

Opening Hours
Office - Wysing's office is open 10am-5pm Monday to Friday.
Cafe Abantu - The cafe is open 9am-4pm Monday to Friday and 10am-4pm Saturday. 

T: 01954 718881
E: info@wsingartscentre.org
Twitter: @WysingArtsCentr

Mene Mene Tekel Parsin

Launch event: Saturday 20 May, 6pm-8pm 

We are excited to present the first exhibition to be curated by artist Jesse Darling. Mene Mene Tekel Parsin brings together works by artists Sarah Boulton, Stanley Brouwn, Jesse Darling, Gordon Hall, Evan Ifekoya, Sulaïman Majali, Imran Perretta, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, Özgür Kar, Claire Potter, Rosa Johan Uddoh, Hannah Weiner and Constantina Zavitsanos.

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Study Day

Saturday 6 May

Join current artists-in-residence Pallavi Paul, Claire Potter and Raju Rage for Eating/ Walking/ Talking; a study day they have developed together that takes walking as a mode of processing information, listening and engaging in conversation. With invited contributors Ghislaine Leung and Rebecca Shatwell.  

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Call for Applications

Safe Haven Residency

We are pleased to launch an open call for a Safe Haven residency as part of the ARTISTS at RISK (AR) network; a human rights institution in the field of visual art. As a new partner in this growing network, we are dedicating a three-month residency, from October to December 2017, to a visual artist who is a target of politically motivated threats and persecution in their home country. 

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