Ann Bellamy

Current Exhibition

Saturday 15 September - Sunday 10 November

‘People Watching: Women who Live in my Head’ - Ann Bellamy

Banquet

Discovery Day

Thursday 12 December - 10.00am - 3.00pm

Feast for the Eyes: Meals in Art

with Fiona Lucraft

Kettle's Yard

Discovery Morning

Thursday 14 November - 10:00am - 1:00pm

Kettle's Yard with Fiona Lucraft. See below for more details

Venue Hire

Venue Hire

Our workshop area is a versatile space to host your pop-up event, classes, workshop, or temporary exhibition. 

See below for more details

Christmas Cornucopia

Christmas Cornucopia

Friday 16 November - Tuesday 24 December

Christmas here at the Arts Centre is quite magical. 

Child Art

Art For Children

Unleash your child's creative side with our regular clubs, Dinky Doodlers, After School Art  and Monster Emotions as well as one off workshops.

‘People Watching: Women who Live in my Head’ - Ann Bellamy

Fun, colourful and quirky, Peterborough artist Ann Bellamy draws in pen and ink, and if the mood takes her she dips her brush in her morning coffee. Ann has created a world of women based on eavesdropped conversations. Some are about real situations, others imagined. If you worry that one is about you, it probably is…   Alongside her affordable original art you can buy handmade jewellery and cards.

Christmas Cornucopia

16 November - 24 December

Christmas here at the Arts Centre is quite magical. A feast of original work from local and regional artists and makers including jewellery, glass, ceramics, textiles, paintings and more. Pop in and make your own wish list or browse for gifts and enjoy a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie in our festive themed tea room. Every year Daisy our life-sized cow who lives in our sculpture garden gets a Christmas makeover.

Feast for the Eyes: Meals in Art with Fiona Lucraft.
Tickets £25

Thursday 12 December: 10.00am - 3.00pm

Discover how meals have been depicted in a selection of paintings, from a sumptuous medieval banquet to 19th century Impressionist picnics.

This coincides with the Fitzwilliam Museum exhibition Feast and Fast: The Art of Food in Europe 1500-1800 running November 2019 - April 2020.

Tel: 01353 749188

Venue Hire

Venue HireSitting at the heart of Haddenham Arts Centre our workshop area is a versatile space to host for your art or community event. With lots of natural daylight it offers a blank canvas for pop-up events, classes, workshops, or temporary exhibitions. In-house catering is available through our fully licensed tea room. During the summer months our garden marquee is also available for hire for private parties and events (we had our first hand-fasting ceremony this summer).

We have plentiful onsite parking with easy level access. Haddenham is conveniently located between the Cathedral City of Ely and the City of Cambridge.

workshop peopleHire costs for art and community groups or individuals in our workshop room start at £26 (half day session) £50 (day). Commercial hire from £30 per hour.

The Arts Centre is open 10am - 5pm Tuesday - Saturday, 12pm - 5pm Sunday.

Email caroline@haddenhamartscentre.org.uk or ring on 01353 749188 to find out more.

Capacity:
Workshop: 10-15
Theatre style: 30
Marquee: 80

Facilities:
Tables & chairs
Lighting & heating
Toilet
On site tea room (fully licensed)
Free on-site parking

Additional tech (additional cost):
Flip chart
Screen
Projector
PA system
Pottery Kiln

Discovery Morning: Fiona Lucraft. Kettle's Yard

Thursday 14 November
Coffee and Biscuits from 10.00am - 1pm.
£20.

An inspiring morning with our expert local tutor. Kettle's Yard in Cambridge is a unique and inspiring arts venue showing Jim and Helen Ede’s modern British art collection alongside natural and found objects in their home. In this discovery morning we will explore the Edes’ ethos and collection which includes sculpture, collage, drawings, painted inscriptions, calligraphy and naive painting.

For an extra £5 enjoy soup and artisan roll or choose from our range of light lunches.

Tel: 01353 749188

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