30 July 2020
Illustrator Abi Stevens hope her pin badges Kickstarter project will help invisible illnesses become recognised
02 July 2020
Cambridge Open Windows – an art trail around the city and nearby villages – will take place every weekend in July. Our map shows where to find them.
03 June 2020
The only colour that matters is green at Zoom awards ceremony
25 May 2020
With lockdown preventing visits to artists' homes, Cambridge Open Studios is offering an artist treasure hunt on your daily walk
25 May 2020
The miniature gateway in the shape of an ancient, leather-bound book is said to lead to the lair of the Knight Rider
09 May 2020
New Cambridge theatre programme offers a whole herd of of hilariously mixed messages and thought-provoking spectacles
07 May 2020
Another illustration to print and display to say thank you to healthcare workers and other frontline staff.
19 April 2020
Now Harry Gray needs to raise funds to help produce them.
28 March 2020
Tickety Boo Illustration has created a picture for people to display in their windows.
23 February 2020
Anglia Ruskin University lecturer Jim Butler took up his drawing pad at the Hills Road pub.
07 February 2020
A cheeky night out for Valentine's Day at Cambridge University's Museum of Classical Archaeology
06 February 2020
Heartfelt plea for ‘Orchards in Bloom’ by local artist
15 January 2020
The Art of Watching Art at retail centre until January 26
01 January 2020
The renowned treescape artist is to run an eight-week painting and drawing class designed to help students release their inner artist.
21 December 2019
Pineapples, sugar sculptures and peacock pies – the Fitzwilliam Museum’s new exhibition delves into the history of food. ALEX SPENCER reports.
15 December 2019
Exhibition celebrates three decades of life drawing
06 December 2019
Have you herd about our mini moo yet?
01 December 2019
The children’s poet and author visited Cambridge to create poems with schoolchildren whose artwork covers hoardings around the Chisholm Trail.
17 November 2019
Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) graduate Kristin Roskifte has won the Nordic Council Children and Young People’s Literature Prize.
15 November 2019
An awards evening for a new art competition for the city took place last weekend.