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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 10am-3pm Monday to Saturday. Closed Sunday.

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

Job Opportunity

Site and Technical Manager

Want to work with amazing artists and look after a unique site? We are seeking a Site and Technical Manager to lead on the delivery of artists’ projects within a busy programme of residencies, retreats, exhibitions and events, and be responsible for the effective management of Wysing’s buildings and grounds.

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Launch event: 11 February

Our first exhibition of 2017 brings together the ten artists who were in-residence at Wysing during 2016: Larry Achiampong and David Blandy, Beatrice Dillon, Henna-Riikka Halonen, Evan Ifekoya, Wojciech Kosma, Lawrence Lek, Laura O’Neill, Florence Peake and Gary Zhexi Zhang.

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Open Call for Study Week Retreat

Devised and led by Ain Bailey

Following her participation in our recent symposia Two Steps to the Left… which was curated by Sonia Boyce and Evan Ifekoya, we have invited sound artist Ain Bailey to return to Wysing to host a Study Week that will explore the role of sound in the formation of identity.

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The Machine in the Garden

Art as Industry in Rural Cambridgeshire

“Wysing, a hotbed of study... a hub of artistic industry, a nationwide resource for art theory and a factory of inspiration” Great feature on Wysing and interview with Director, Donna Lynas, alongside artists Laura O'Neill and Lawrence Lek, by Mark Sheerin for Artdependence magazine.

Download a PDF of the article, click here.