Open 6th to 9th September, 9am to 6pm, free entry. Private view reception on Wednesday 5th Sept 7.30pm to 10pm. Tickets on sale from 1st June 2018 via www.art4africa.co.uk
Rise Africa is holding a very special exhibition to bring a taste of Africa and local art to Keysoe and raise some much needed funds at the same time. Hosted by Christopher and Amanda, at The Old Chapel House, Keysoe, the event offers a fantastic chance to view – and purchase – works from national and local artists and artisans. The different works will be displayed both inside and outside the house, and will include paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, sketches, ceramics, fabric work and animal portraiture. For every item sold a proportion will be going to Rise Africa and 100% of the funds raised will be going to support the children in Tanzania.
Cambridge Open Studios members taking part include Agnes Asselin, Tina Bone, Richard Bray, Anine Cockwell-de-Jong, Richard Cranwell, Ray Palmer, Keith Simpson, Carol Sinclair and Joy Voisey.
“There is something for everyone and buying a piece of art not only provides you with much pleasure visually but also the knowledge that you are helping a very vulnerable child in Tanzania” commented Christopher Faulkner.