Andy recently won the Mayor’s Choice Award – chosen by the mayor of Cambridge, Cllr Russ McPherson – at the second Cambridge Invitational Art Contest.
A four-day arts festival starts next week with live music, comedy, talks, and workshops run by some of the leading lights in the creative industry
Artists create udderly fantastic artwork in a bid to win a mini moo to be decorated in their own moo-nique design.
The imaginative works from the renowned artist each tell a story.
The latest in our monthly series with Cambridge Conservation Initiative.
Golden artefacts unearthed from ancient burial mounds built by Saka warrior people in Kazakhstan will go on display next month.
Almost 300 artworks will be on sale with estimates ranging from £50 to £800.
Works by artist Gurpran Rau on show for first time following recovery after missing years
Dan Walmsley will hold the exhibition in Great Eversden.
Mini moos are out and about in the city, as part of the brilliant Cows about Cambridge art trail.
Residents and visitors came out in droves during the first week of the Cows about Cambridge art trail.
Artist Katy Bailey explains cyanotype technique for second weekend of month-long exhibition
The Taiwanese artist living in Linton is currently displaying her work at the village’s Gallery Above.
The new art event is to open in Cambridge on July 4 and runs until the end of the month.
The artwork is on display throughout July.
A glass sculpture depicting ‘angel’ wings titled Solace has been temporarily installed as a memorial to the pandemic.
Among the large cow sculptures on the trail is one inspired by Jack Merritt, who was killed in the Fishmongers’ Hall terror attack.
Matthew Derbyshire’s work was commissioned by The Chesterton Partnership.