More information and press release can be found here︎︎︎
Events (booking recommended)
Wednesday 22.06 // 6:30-8:30pm Opening book here
Thursday 23.06 // 6-8:00pm Poetry and Performance Evening book here
Friday 24.06 // 2-3:30pm Singing the Installation Workshop with Sue Parlby book here
Friday 24.06 // 6:30-7:45pm In the Room by Stomping Ground book here
Sunday 26.06 // 11am-12:30pm Singing the Installation Workshop with Sue Parlby book here
Katy Bailey, Joshua Bilton, Phoebe Bostock, Jonny Church, Tam Cochrane, Jo Gifford, Robert Good, Phoebe Hudson, Sue Lawley, Jessica Leigh Henry, Susie Johnson, Linute Jusevičiūtė, Chris Kington, Alastair Kwan, Max Lee, Marion Leeper, Melissa Lhoirit, Ella Luben, Mollie Mclellan, Daniela Mendes, Nicholas O’Neill, Sue Parlby, Sophia Pauley, Maria Picazo, Pri Pais, Samuel Joshua Richardson, Abi Spendlove, Sarah Strachan, Alice Willitts, Caroline Wright.
Mattie O’Callaghan and Holly Pines
Mattie O'Callaghan (she/they)
Mattie is a curator, writer and spoken word artist. Their work explores how we can better live together on our fragile planet. They are currently exploring community garden spaces and bridging the gap between art and landscape architecture. They graduated from Girton College, Cambridge in 2020 in Geography and are graduating with an MA in Curating Contemporary Art from the Royal College of Art.
Holly Pines (she/her)
Holly is a curator, with a background in socially engaged photography and feminist politics. She worked on the Women at Cambridge programme at the University Library and curated a portrait rehang in the main corridors. Her current work explores ways to incorporate notions of care within the curatorial and is graduating with an MA in Curating Contemporary Art from the Royal College of Art.
Supported by Robinson College and Cam Valley Forum
After the Opening event, the exhibition is open:
Open 11-5, Thursday and Friday 23rd/24th,
Open 11-3, Saturday and Sunday 25th/26th.
Robinson College, Cambridge, CB3 9AN