A showcase of 200 local artists comes to Cambridge
Enjoy a showcase of work by more than 200 local artists, professional and amateur, in an exhibition by Cambridge Drawing Society (CDS) until tomorrow (16 April). Hosted at The Pitt Building on Trumpington Street, the show will be open between 10am and 5.30pm and feature a huge variety of pieces across a range of media.
Founded in 1882, CDS is the oldest arts society in Cambridge, bringing together sculptors, printmakers, illustrators and painters from across the region. On the line-up this year are local artists including Neil Warmsley, Clare Maria Wood, Lizanne Van Essen and Jenny Sanders, and if you fancy joining the Cambridge Drawing Society roster yourself, application details are available on the society’s website. Artists will be asked to offer four pieces, which demonstrate a consistent quality and style, and usually around half are accepted. Admission to the exhibition is free.