A great day on Saturday with around 20 artists meeting to look at locations, discuss ideas and of course go punting. We started with a look round the Sidgwick Site, then moved into Cambridge before taking to the river.
As part of the day we called in to Waterstone’s Bookshop, where our project space and A:L:L shop will be this year. We are delighted to have this collaborative opportunity and we have been given a great space to use, so many thanks to Rosie Sykes from Waterstone’s Cambridge and to our own Teresa Harrison for fixing this!
And thanks to all our artists who were able to join us, it is always nice to meet everyone and feel that A:L:L is very much a participatory project. Special mentions to Silvia Champion who had to take the slow and scenic route from Sheffield via Doncaster and Ely due to train trouble and to Guy Bigland who was, I believe, our farthest-most traveller, over for the day from Bath.
Above: Artist and A:L:L Marketing and Events Co-ordinator Teresa Harrison (left) with artist Elizabeth Murton, up from London.
Picture credit: Claire Koch
Perusing the Sidgwick Site
Intrepid puntsperson, artist and our A:L:L Publicity Manager Susie Olczak chauffeurs our guests for a tour of the Backs