A landscape-first approach alongside a programme of artist-in-residence projects in healthcare and science research settings; all to enhance communication and connectivity across the Campus fundamental to its collaborative ethos.
Liberty Property Trust and Countryside have committed to a £1.2 million package of public art and public realm – making it one of the largest investments of its kind to date, in the Cambridge region.
Members comprise stakeholder representatives to ensure campus users are fully consulted and their feedback included.
Public Art Steering Group members:
Abcam – Lynne Trowbridge
AstraZeneca – Lucy Cox
Cambridge City Council – Nadine Black
Cancer Research UK – Stephanie Reichelt
CUH NHS Foundation Trust – Ian Walker
CUH NHS Foundation Trust – Natalie Ellis
Futurecity – Andy Robinson / Mark Davy
Medical Research Council LMB – Kevin Moreton
Liberty Property Trust & Countryside – Andrew Blevins / Matthew Reeve / Caroline Binns
Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust – Liz Bush
University of Cambridge – Andrew Nairne
Includes creating areas of new public realm, commissioning public art works, campus-wide artist-in-residence commissions and an engaging design for the façade of the multi-story car park, west.
Events and activities will take place both within campus organisations, and at The Green & The Gardens: the new public space for all campus users.
Located at The Green & The Gardens, the main public realm at the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, visitors will be able to experience a number of sculptures and permanent displays.