What we're about

CamCreatives embraces a diverse group of interests including design, arts, media, literature, publishing, multimedia, performing arts, and culture.

Our evenings are about relaxed, friendly socialising and networking. Come along to hear people's stories and learn about the extensive variety of forms creativity can take. We're a wide and diverse group of friendly people, and new people turn up every month so don't worry about being the only newbie!

Events are on the LAST WEDNESDAY of each month at the CUC Wine Bar, Granta Place, Cambridge.

If you decide not to attend do please update your RSVP on this website to release your place for someone else.

Find us on:

Facebook http://www.facebook.com/camcreatives

and Twitter http://www.twitter.com/camcreatives

CUC Wine Bar on Google Maps (https://goo.gl/maps/RaCQUpUYrUu)

Our aims are:

• To provide the Creative and Tech sectors of Cambridgeshire with a credible regional, national and international profile.

• To encourage collaboration in and across sectors - good things happen at the edges!

• To attract new business and new talents to the Creative and Tech sectors

• To highlight the dynamism of our members

• To create solid and sustainable growth in the economy

• To develop new wealth creation, training and job opportunities

• Feel free to suggest new speakers - including yourself!

Upcoming events (1)

Up to Parr: Restoring an artisan's legacy

CUC Wine Bar

In 1886 a working-class Victorian decorative artist named David Parr bought a small terraced house in Cambridge. Over the course of the next 40 years, he quietly transformed the house into a shrine to Gothic Revival, not discovered until just 10 years ago. The property has enjoyed a full program of conservation and restoration work since its discovery and opened for guided tours to the public for the first time in May 2019. Tamsin Wimhurst, social historian and Chair of the David Parr House, and photographer Helena g Anderson will talk us through the discovery of the house, the complex processes of conservation and restoration, and what it's like to photograph a gem like this. They will be sharing some of the complex but fascinating work that has enabled this ordinary Cambridge terraced house to enchant us all. https://davidparrhouse.org

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