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Colors and stripes – Kettle’s Yard Director Michael Harrison

talks on his artist friend Bridget Riley’s exhibition

Cambridge Arts Round Up episode 2  2013 

In this edition, Dame Professor Gillian Beer talks on the To the Lighthouse Festival on Virginia Woolf  and the Bloomsbury set, co-launched with Art Historian Francis Spalding at the Fitzwilliam Museum

Cambridge County Council’s Literature development officer Helen Taylor comments on Virginia Woolf .

Writer Susan Sellers talks on her play about Virginia Woolf sister artist Vanessa Bell’s life.

Play Vanessa and Virginia at Robinson college

Kettles Yard Director Michael Harrison talks on artist friend Bridget Riley’s 50th anniversary of her famous painting the movement in squares in exhibition Bridget Riley’s works with stripes and curves and with colour relationships.


Movement on squares Bridget Riley

Cambridge Art Salon in Cromwell road appeals for support with Artist Diane Probes.

Keith Jordan with Cambridge’s Abbey Action Group appeals for performers at the Cambridge Museum of technology

Cambridge Contemporary Art’s artists Helen Martino and Ian McWinney launch a new joint exhibition, Ceramics and figurative painting.

Creative Director of Flack magazine Kirsten Lavers updates us on the project

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