Artists and Arts Organisations

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Allographic - poetry publisher and producer of live poetry events.

Cambridge Arts Network - forum of over 1000 professional artists, arts and cultural organisations operating in Cambridge and the surrounding area. Coordinated by Cambridge City Council.

Cambridge Creative Network - a network for creative professionals to promote their work, find events and opportunities and network with other like-minded people in Cambridge.

Cape Farewell - international not-for-profit programme which aims to instigate a cultural response to the climate challenge.

Cambridge Sustainability Residency - creates a platform for artists to engage in cross disciplinary dialogue with scientists, biologists, economists and other experts.

CB1 Poetry - CB1 Poetry aims to encourage excellence in poetry: in writing, performance and appreciation. They seek to attract and develop new audiences for poetry. CB1 Poetry events are open to the whole community.

Collaborating Cambridge - a broad group of Cambridge based artists. With an emphasis on collaborating, they produce work for group exhibitions and events.

Collusion - a playful, experimental agency for Cambridge that facilitates collaborative interdisciplinary explorations focusing on new work with artists within the area of embedded and locative systems - including the wider generic concepts of the internet of things and smart cities.

Creative Reactions - Creative Reactions is an art-related event organised by Cambridge Creative Network as part of the Cambridge Pint of Science festival. Contact  if you wish to take part.

Rebel Arts - collective of like minded but individual artists & activists based in Cambridge UK , working together to raise awareness of the political issues surrounding us thru the medium of the arts be it visual/music/ poetry/ or any form of creative resistance.

Telling Tales - art project for people who live, work, play and study in and around Cambridge.

Tipping Point - network-based organisation aiming to be a year round ‘connector’ of the arts and climate science worlds.