Welcome

The North West Cambridge Development is an exciting urban extension of Cambridge managed by the University of Cambridge. At its heart is a focus on building a vibrant community, a commitment to the arts and creativity is an important part of nurturing this community and sense of place.

The Contemporary Art Society and InSite Arts are working together to deliver the Art Programme for North West Cambridge Development. The Art Programme encompasses major landmark commissions, three on-site artist residencies every year as well as a programme of temporary events and community engagement activities.

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LATEST NEWS

Watch the video of Fernando García-Dory's Seminar at GRAVEL on 30 May 2015 - Transition, Ben Vickers and Rajiv Chelani

Jun 22nd 2015
Dwelling Model: Unsettled Research Centre for Sustainability and the Built Environment What if a city of tomorrow was being built just around the corner? Artist Fernando García-Dory, Dr Heather Cruickshank (Centre for Sustainable Development), Rajiv Chelani (Cambridge Living Future Community), Anna McIvor and Nicola Terry (Transition Cambridge) and Ben Vickers (Unmonastery) discuss and reflect …

Watch the video of Fernando García-Dory's Seminar at GRAVEL on 30 May 2015 - Intro and Dr Heather Cruickshank

Jun 22nd 2015
Dwelling Model: Unsettled Research Centre for Sustainability and the Built Environment: What if a city of tomorrow was being built just around the corner? Artist Fernando García-Dory, Dr Heather Cruickshank (Centre for Sustainable Development), Rajiv Chelani (Cambridge Living Future Community), Anna McIvor and Nicola Terry (Transition Cambridge) and Ben Vickers (Unmonastery) discuss and reflect o…

LATEST FROM THE ARTISTS BLOGS

An ebb and flow of sculptures and drawings

Nov 20th 2014

A short text on Aid & Abet's Residency at North West Cambridge Development by Maeve Polkinhorn

CURRENT RESIDENCIES

North West Cambridge Development Project Team

Ruth Ewan

May 2015 to April 2016

Sainsbury Laboratory

Joshua Portway and Lise Autogena

May 2015 to April 2016