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Cambridge Christmas 2014

When Nov 24, 2014
from 12:00 PM to 08:30 PM
Where Unitarian Church hall, Victoria St, off Emmanuel Road, Cambridge, CB1 1JW
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Cambridge Drawing Society member  Jo Tunmer is exhibiting at Cambridge Christmas 2014.

Cambridge Christmas is a group of contemporary arts and crafts designer-makers who takes the opportunity close to Christmas to exhibit works which make ideal Christmas gifts.

Doors open on Monday 24th November, from 12:00 to 8:30pm. It is a one day only event.

Over the last seven years the Cambridge Christmas' reputation has grown and this year the opening hours have been extended to allow more people to enjoy it. The atmosphere in the historic Unitarian Church Hall has been described as ‘magical’ and it is the perfect way to begin the Christmas season. As in previous years, visitors will enjoy the pre-Christmas buzz over a glass of mulled cider and mince pie, bumping into friends and meeting the artists who all live and work locally.

Artists are hand-picked to showcase a diverse range of gifts. Look out for exciting new  exhibitors this year, several are Cambridge Open Studio regulars - ceramicist Helen Martino, jeweller Jonathan Deer, textile artist Clarissa Cochran and illustrators Aurora Cacciapuoti and Jo Clark.

Returning are some familiar faces; jewellers Abi Cochran, Claire Howieson and Marieke Hordyk; glass artist Alison Tait, who is returning to the show after her recent relocation to Scotland; illustrators Alison Hullyer and Roxana de Rond; ceramicist Amanda MacPhail, bookbinder Edel Hopkin and painter and wire artist Rhiannon Thomas.

Please do join us to view new work by the makers at affordable prices and feast on a mini mince pie and a glass of mulled cider at this free event on Monday 24th November midday-8.30 pm.  At the Unitarian Church Hall on Victoria Street, off Emmanuel Road Cambridge, CB1 1JW.

For more information please go to the website.

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