Repeats every day until Thu May 31 2018.
1 May 2018 - 09:00 to 17:30
RESPOND: Five artists connected by their work with the Fitzwilliam Museum respond to the collection in their own work
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Artists: Hideki Arichi , Sarah-Cate Blake a Cambridge Open Studio Member, Lucyna Mazur, Nathan Huxtable and Eleanor Sparrow

 Stir Cafe, Cambridge 1-31 May


Private View on Sunday 6 May from 3-5pm 


5 artists connected by The Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge join together in Print, Painting, Textiles and Sculpture. 


They have created a set of over 40 postcard sized artworks exhibited in cluster frames and available to buy individually. 


They also present a set of works that link to an object in the Fitzwilliam Museum Collection that provides inspiration for their own art:Respond.

Other artwork shows different aspects of their practice as individual artists.

About the artists: 

Hideki Arichi: British born Japanese artist, print maker, painter and film art direction. 

Currently showing at the Royal Academy National Print fair with Hanga Ten.

Sarah-Cate Blake: Painter in acrylic and watercolour.

Artist with, Art on a Postcard and currently exhibiting 'Chitsu'  at Birmingham Women's Hospital 

Nathan Huxtable: Painter in acrylic, oil, mixed media.

Lucyna Mazur: Textile artist explores her polish heritage in dance and costume. 

Eleanor Sparrow: paper sculptor and conceptual paper arts. 

Stir is a busy and vibrant cafe offering a range of home baked breads & cakes and excellent coffees. Situated just off Chesterton Road some free street parking. 

Stir Cafe 253 Chesterton Road Cambridge CB4 1BG

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Sarah Blake