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Cambridge Art Map
Published: 01st August 2014.
Cambridge art is being put on the map – literally.
Thursday 31st July marked the launch of the second Cambridge Art Map, a scheme designed to help people uncover arty nooks and creative locations across the city.
Featuring bigs names like the Fitzwilliam and Cambridge Junction, as well as smaller independents like Changing Spaces and Williams Art, it first launched in 2012.
Designed by local artist Slim Smith for Cambridge Art Salon, this time about 2,000 new maps will be available across the city.
Art Salon’s creative director Ruthie Collins said: “The map shows some interesting changes since it was launched two years ago, with a real buzz. It’s good to see such a range on the map – firm support is needed at both ends of the spectrum to keep art accessible to all.”
The idea for the map came from Art Salon trustee Ellie Clark: “I wanted to shine a light on tucked away independent art spaces in the city that people often miss.”
Pick it up at Michaelhouse Cafe, Cambridge Contemporary Arts, the Fitzwilliam, Kettle’s Yard and Cambridge Junction.
Source: Cambridge News
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