Enjoy 'Tomorrow, Today' with Somewhere

Nina Pope and Karen Guthrie - May 2014

TOMORROW, TODAY
Learn & Practise Self-Build Cob
Cambridge / 5-day courses / running from 19 May - 6 June

Due to the popularity of our first three weeks Somewhere (artists Karen Guthrie & Nina Pope) have added a few additional places on the the last three Tomorrow, Today cob courses:

Come to Cambridge and spend a rewarding muddy week learning the ancient & sustainable technique of cob building from the UK's leading experts, and be part of an amazing public art project. Following a residency with the Cambridge Archaeological Unit on the site of the North West Cambridge Development Somewhere are creating a 'model village of the future' from the subsoil generated by the archaeological investigations. A walk-through scale model of the paths, houses & shops planned for the future of the site.

£50 per person / £25 concessions for 5 days including all tools, tuition, splendid lunches & teas. Your can book online here.

If you would like to see the project and get a taste of building with cob, we are now additionally offering one day places on Thursdays and Fridays for the next three weeks (starting 22nd/23rd May). You will join the team from that week and work alongside them building with cob and experiencing the model as it develops and changes. 

£10 per person / £5 concessions for the day including all tools, tuition, lunch, tea and great cake. For more information or to book a place:

Call Cob Coordinator Kirsten on 07545 218 251 or email cob@somewhere.org.uk

*All participants needs to be over 18 and have a reasonable level of fitness - cobbing is a very physical manual process!*

Managed by the Contemporary Art Society with InSite Arts
Commissioned by the University of Cambridge's North West Cambridge Development as part of the North West Cambridge Art Programme: www.nwcambridgeart.com


Thanks to Cambridge Archaeological Unit

 

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Nina Pope and Karen Guthrie

Nina Pope and Karen Guthrie met while studying at Edinburgh College of Art and have collaborated as artists since 1995. In 2001 they formed the multi-disciplinary organisation Somewhere that produces ambitious and challenging projects directly engaging with audiences as well as producing films.

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Archaeology

Nina Pope and Karen Guthrie

May 2013 to April 2014

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