Across the day, from 2-4pm and 5-7pm, we will launch three new projects: an ambitious structure by STUDIO MORISON at Wicken Fen nature reserve; a new commission by Turner Prize 2019 winning artist, Helen Cammock and a new installation by Wysing studio artist, Naomi Harwin, at Wysing.
Join us for the whole day, or for part of it. The launch events are free to attend. You are welcome to make your own way to each of these events, or if you require transport from Cambridge there are paid ticket options available to book via Eventbrite. For further travel information and booking, please click here.
- 2-4 pm Launch of STUDIO MORISON at Wicken Fen with refreshments
- 5-7 pm Launch with drinks and refreshments for Helen Cammock and Naomi Harwin exhibitions at Wysing
If you have any questions please get in touch on 01954 718881 or firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will be happy to help.
Artists Heather Peak and Ivan Morison of Studio Morison have created a new sculptural work, MOTHER..., for Wicken Fen nature reserve, commissioned by Wysing as part of the region-wide arts commissioning programme, New Geographies.
Turner-Prize-winning artist Helen Cammock presents a new film and text work, ‘They Call It Idlewild’, commissioned as part of Wysing Arts Centre’s 30th birthday programme, in 2019.
Naomi Harwin's solo presentation, 'Encounter', investigates materiality and form to create an ambitious, immersive installation, in a new small exhibiting space in our main studio building.