Join Us for ALL2016!

Join us once again this October for ALL2016, a festival of the very best in studio-fresh contemporary & performance art from the UK and beyond. This year we will be welcoming over 40 artists to Cambridge, creating a potent mix of installations, interventions and explorations at Anglia Ruskin University and around the city.

Art Encounters

Anthony Irwin - ALL Application Form

ALL Around

Anthony Irwin - ALL Application Form

ALL at Anglia
Ruskin University

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ALL ShowTime!

This year, why not immerse yourself in Showtime!, a day of art encounters, with artist tours, performances and discussions. Showtime! is chaired this year by our guest speaker, the curator and writer Tom Morton. Click the links to find out more.

What’s On?

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ALL Diary
of Events

We have a host of activities for you to enjoy – from active animation to audio trails and super-sleuthing. Check out our events listing for a list of activities taking place throughout the festival.

Partnerships and Collaborations

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ALL at
Bloomsbury Festival

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ALL at
The Big Draw

We are always keen to make connections and find ways to share art beyond Cambridge, and this year we are delighted to be showing work with Bloomsbury Festival in London.  Many thanks to Cambridge Festival of Ideas for their continuing support, including a new work by Sally Stenton and an interactive animation with Michelle Fava and The Big Draw.

Many thanks to our primary sponsor Anglia Ruskin University for their help and support, to funding once again from Arts Council England, and finally particular thanks to Cambridge Assessment for their sponsorship of a major award for a work on the theme of ‘Language and Light’.

Keep in Touch!

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So as the ALL wagons roll into town, stay tuned to our blog and social media for the latest news and info to ensure that you get your essential shot of autumnal art. Enjoy!

Robert Good and the ALL Committee