In November 2007 Stefanie Reichelt started ArtCell Gallery which is located in the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Research Institute (CRUK CRI), in the heart of the scientific community of Cambridge. The institute carries out world-class research to improve our understanding of cancer and find out how to prevent, diagnose and treat different kinds of cancer. The exhibitions at ArtCell aim to bring art into the institute for Stefanie's colleagues, patients at Addenbrookes Hospital as well as the general public.
ArtCell is now on the Cambridge Art Walks Map.
Seminar Linn Schröder – Sammeln Sie Herzen? (Are you collecting our hearts?)
14 August - 01 October 2015, Monday-Friday 10am - 5pm
Public Opening Friday 14 August 2015, 3-7pm
3-5pm Mini Symposium Image Takers Image Makers
5-7pm Exhibition Opening
Practitioners from a variety of backgrounds e.g. art, science, history, design, architecture, philosophy etc. will discuss the difference between taking and making images. Questions will be raised: Why do we take images? How are we seeing in different disciplines across art and science? What is an image? What is the difference between taking images in art and science?
Anyone interested in using the gallery space please contact us on
artcell (at) cancer.org.uk. ArtCell Gallery is not a commercial gallery. All
sale enquires should be made to the exhibiting artist.
Cancer Research UK
Cambridge Research Institute
Li Ka Shing Centre
Cambridge, CB2 0RE
Tel: +44 (0) 1223 769632
Email: artcell (at) cruk.cam.ac.uk
ArtCell opening hours: 10am-5pm, Monday to Friday
ArtCell Gallery is on the Addenbrooke's Hospital site, see this map for directions. Further information on how to get to Addenbrooke's including public transport and parking can be found here and a site map with visitor car parks here.