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Tales from the classical archeologists

Dr Susanne Turner talks on photographs of a dig in Mycenae

Cambridge Arts Round Up Episode 45  October 2021

In this edition Simon Bertin delves into a remarkable photography exhibition by Robert McCabe on an archeological dig in Mycenae with the Classical Archeology museum’s curator Dr Susanne Turner; Artist Sudesh Prasad explores the relationship between art and the viewer at the Hive gallery; The Cambridge Youth Opera’s Artistic Director Caroline Coetzee invites people to join up for roles in the Little Black Cat opera being staged next year with the help of Cambridge’s schools; and Artist Joe Fenwick Wilson comments on his work and Cambridge’s arts scene.

Zeus at Cambridge's classics museum

Artist Sudesh Prasad paints

Artist Sudesh Prasad

(in)sight explores the collaborative nature of the artist and viewer. Using mixed media for a predominantly abstract series of work including encaustic paintings and drawings, drawing upon the themes of place, time, and memory.

Sudesh Prasad began working as an artist in the bright and buzzing New York East Village arts scene in 1986. He has since worked and lived in various locations across the world. Working full-time in his studios based between Cambridge and Italy, Prasad’s work has been shown in New York City, Vienna, Rome, Venice, and Chicago.\

Anthony Gormley’s Daze IV at the Sidgwick site




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Cambridge Youth Opera's Caroline Coetzee talks on staging a show

Artistic Director of Cambridge Youth Opera Caroline Coetzee

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