Image © Nicholas Hare Architects

© Alan Williams/Nicholas Hare Architects

‘Art at the Alison Richard Building’ is an exhibition space at the University of Cambridge and is run by a group of volunteer staff, researchers and academics based in the various departments and centres housed in the ARB. The current chair of the art committee is Judith Weik, jw571(at)cam.ac.uk. For queries about exhibitions, location and opening hours etc, please visit our Contact page.

The Alison Richard Building (‘ARB’) is located on the Sidgwick Site of the University of Cambridge and houses the Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS), including the Centre of African Studies, the Centre of Development Studies, the Centre of Latin American Studies  the Centre of South Asian Studies and the Centre for Gender Studies. The Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) is also based in the building.

The ARB offers exhibition space over four floors, for further details  visit our Exhibiting in the ARB page.

Exhibition proposals by artists and curators are accepted the whole year round, for more details please visit our Call for exhibition proposals page.