Wysing Arts Centre is a thriving cultural campus of ten buildings across an 11acre rural site in south Cambridgeshire which hosts experimental
residencies for UK and international artists, and delivers a critically acclaimed public programme of gallery exhibitions and events including conferences, symposia, workshops and music events.
Site Re-opening. As part of our steps to re-open Wysing following the lockdown, from 14 July we are re-opening Wysing’s outdoor spaces for visitors. Wysing’s grounds will be open during office hours (9.30 to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday) although Wysing’s buildings, including toilets, reception, artwork interiors and our gallery will remain closed to visitors. We ask visitors to respect social distancing rules and to be aware that artists are working onsite. For more information, please contact our Head of Operations, Ceri Littlechild, ceri.littlechild@
Wysing's office hours are 9.30am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday.
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Wysing Polyphonic: The Ungoverned
4 to 31 August and 5 September
Collective minds exploring a positive present and rewriting the past.
Wysing Polyphonic, our annual festival of music and sound, returns with an online programme of mixes and soundscape and a special live broadcast.
Wysing Broadcasts is a platform for in-progress research and new work from artists working within Wysing Art Centre’s programme. Find contributions from Simnikiwe Buhlungu, Catalina Barroso-Luque & Feronia Wennborg, David Blandy, Helen Cammock, Naomi Harwin, Rebecca Jagoe, Tessa Norton, Abi Palmer, Morgan Quaintance, Victoria Sin and much more.
Open Studios 2020
14 July to 16 August
Open Studios 2020 brings together Wysing’s studio and associate artists to share their practices. This year we host Open Studios online to provide a platform for the artists to share how their studio practices have changed during 2020 so far and the recent months of lockdown.
Visit twitch.tv/wysingartscentre to watch Aliaskar Torkaliaskari in Conversation at 5pm BST, Wednesday 12 August.
During 2020, we will be supporting over 40 artists-in-residence whose work will put broadcasting at the centre of our artistic programme to connect with remote and physically distant audiences in a way that privileges listening as much as the transmission of ideas and which builds and sustains radical online communities.