THINGS TO ENJOY - COMING UP WITH US:
Kettle's Yard, Castle Street, Cambridge CB3 0AQ, 01223 748100, www.kettlesyard.co.uk
Karen Guthrie and Nina Pope Panel Discussion
Thursday 2nd October, 7.00pm Â£8(Â£6)
Come and hear us discuss our two new projects Tomorrow, Today
and Prospection made through the NW Cambridge commission with
Kettle's Yard Director, Andrew Nairne, contemporary archeologist
Sefryn Penrose and Director of the Cambridge Archaeological Unit
Chris Evans. Special viewing of the exhibition 6-7pm.
Digital Media and Computing History Event
Saturday 11th October 2-4.30pm With tea and cake break, Â£8(Â£6)
Talks and discussion with: Sarah Cook, curator, writer and co-founder of CRUMB, the online resource for curators of new media art; Andrew Chitty who devised the BBCâ€™s first website and was former editor of The Net; and Jason Fitzpatrick a computer historian and curator at the Centre for Computing History in Cambridge.
The Closer We Get Special Event
Wednesday 12 November 7pm, special viewing of the exhibition 6-7pm Â£8 (Â£6)
A special preview of Somewhereâ€™s latest feature documentary; a bittersweet, first-hand account of director Karen Guthrieâ€™s family coming to terms with the aftermath of her motherâ€™s stroke. Karen will be showing clips from the up-coming film and relating these to themes in the current show.
Find out more on The Closer We Get website:
Introduction to Cobbing
Thursday 13th November, 12.30pm (free)
By Kate Edwards, our cob-building tutor from Tomorrow, Today
For more information: http://www.kettlesyard.co.uk/exhibitions/
Programme of events: http://www.kettlesyard.co.uk/calendar.php