The AccessArt Village

24 November 2018, 14:00 - 18:00
Cambridge campus

A display of 2 sewn homes above the AccessArt and Emmaus logos

A one-day pop-up exhibition where each piece of work can be purchased on the day, raising funds for Emmaus, Cambridge.

The AccessArt Village exhibition is the result of an invitation to individuals of all ages and abilities to contribute a sewn drawing of their home towards a collaborative artwork. AccessArt, a UK education charity which supports and inspires teaching and learning in the visual arts, received over 700 stitched contributions. The resulting installation of 3D models juxtaposes work by children at the start of their creative lives next to that of accomplished pieces by older generations, and has been exhibited at five venues across the UK during 2017-18.

Whilst highlighting the character and individuality of each piece, the project celebrates the diversity of the AccessArt audience and reminds us of the universal sanctity of 'home'.

See The AccessArt Village in its entirety for the last time and join in an afternoon of art workshops, music and poetry.

Find out more on the AccessArt website.

Event Details

When:
24 November 2018, 14:00 - 18:00
Location:
Cambridge campus
Room:
Ruskin Gallery
Cost:
Free to attend