Fen Ditton Gallery

Fen Ditton Gallery is a new gallery established in 2018 by Cambridge artist and photographer Lotte Attwood. 

Situated in the heart of Fen Ditton village, just a short cycle ride along the river from central Cambridge, Lotte worked on the conversion of this handsome Victorian National School building, with advice from independent curator Amanda Game and architect Matthew Maier of Brocklehurst Architects.

Lotte invited Amanda to help develop the concept and early programme for the gallery drawing on her extensive experience as a curator in the field of craft and design and the gallery launched with Borderlands, an exhibition of works by silversmith Simone ten Hompel and Lotte's own photographs.

Borderlands and the following show International Blues brought together artists active in different disciplines (silversmithing, painting, photography, ceramics, tapestry) which will be a regular feature of future programmes. A vibrant retrospective Julia Ball - 60 Years of Painting, presented by Stephen Walton - The Art Man concluded the first phase of exhibitions. 

The autumn programme began on 21st September with Trees Observed: a show devised by Amanda to celebrate the work of the Cambridge scientist Oliver Rackham and the Woodland Trust.

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