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From Cambridge student to Swinging Sixties avatar

From Cambridge student to Swinging Sixties avatar

From Cambridge student to Swinging Sixties avatar

London art gallery owner John Dunbar introduced John Lennon to Yoko Ono. The rest is history... and anecdote


Dinky Doors have launched their latest piece of street art - a tiny shop

Dinky Doors have launched their latest piece of street art - a tiny shop

Dinky Doors have launched their latest piece of street art - a tiny shop

Dinky Doors have released their latest miniature creation onto the streets of Cambridge


Carving out a niche

Carving out a niche

Carving out a niche

The world-renowned Kindersley Workshop in Cambridge launches two new books about their work in gardens and wild spaces


Teenagers to present animation project at the Cambridge Junction

Teenagers to present animation project at the Cambridge Junction

Teenagers to present animation project at the Cambridge Junction

The five talented young people are to unveil a series of new films and animations that have been created to inspire


V&A curator to present Frida Kahlo talk next week in Cambridge

V&A curator to present Frida Kahlo talk next week in Cambridge

V&A curator to present Frida Kahlo talk next week in Cambridge

Claire Wilcox, senior curator of exhibitions at the museum, will be giving the presentation at The Perse School


New book explores the work of church artist Charles Eamer Kempe and his Cambridge connections

New book explores the work of church artist Charles Eamer Kempe and his Cambridge connections

New book explores the work of church artist Charles Eamer Kempe and his Cambridge connections

Written by Adrian Barlow, the subject of Espying Heaven is the Victorian stained-glass window artist and the team he led and inspired


Project 13: Comberton pupil Rowan paints 13 fellow 13-year-olds

Project 13: Comberton pupil Rowan paints 13 fellow 13-year-olds

Project 13: Comberton pupil Rowan paints 13 fellow 13-year-olds

An exhibition will take place at the Michaelhouse Centre on Trinity Street, Cambridge, for two weeks from February 18


Novelist to record history of barracks site

Novelist to record history of barracks site

Novelist to record history of barracks site

A local novelist has been awarded a grant to document the history of a former barracks before its possible development into a new town


World-renowned artist Fabian Perez to showcase new collection in Cambridge

World-renowned artist Fabian Perez to showcase new collection in Cambridge

World-renowned artist Fabian Perez to showcase new collection in Cambridge

Known for his beautiful and highly distinctive portraits, the Argentinian artist will be displaying his new collection, Pasion de Noche, at the Artique Gallery on Bridge Street this Saturday.


Vintage Cambridge travel poster to go on sale in the US

Vintage Cambridge travel poster to go on sale in the US

Vintage Cambridge travel poster to go on sale in the US

Swann Auction Galleries in New York City is to auction quite a rare vintage Cambridge travel poster as part of its Rare & Important Travel Posters Auction on October 25.


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