Friends of Kettle’s Yard
Becoming a Friend is a quick and easy way to support Kettle’s Yard
Who are the Friends?
The Friends of Kettle’s Yard were established in 1984 to support Kettle’s Yard. By becoming a Friend you will help us to conserve the house and collection, present ground-breaking exhibitions, develop exciting learning and community projects and make art accessible to all while also developing your own interest in art.
Your benefits will include:
- Free entry to the Kettle’s Yard house
- Invitation to the Friends’ Annual Party
- Friends’ priority booking for selected exhibition openings
- Friends’ events, tours and visits
- Discounts to public events
- 10% discount in the shop
- Regular communications on news, events and updates from Kettle’s Yard
- Exclusive digital content on the house and collection
Friends’ Membership Rates
Individual Membership £30 – buy now
Joint Membership £50 – buy now
Student/Unwaged – Individual Membership £10 – buy now
Student/Unwaged – Joint Membership £15 – buy now
Individual Life Membership £500 – buy now
Joint Life Membership £750 – buy now
Gift Individual Membership (with Gift box) –buy now
Gift Joint Membership (with Gift box) – buy now
Gift Membership (without Gift box) – buy now
The Friends of Kettle’s Yard have a volunteer events committee which organises a varied and busy programme of events for members.
If you have any queries about the Friends and or the Friends events programme please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Feedback from the Friends Event ‘My Kettle’s Yard: In Conversation With Sir Paul Smith’
“Attended an awesome talk with Paul Smith at Kettle’s Yard today! So inspirational! Creative juices and ideas are now in full flow!”
“Brilliant talk today by Paul Smith. So good to hear someone to genuine and generous speaking with such passion about his work and industry, and connections with modern visual artists and spaces. It was genuinely refreshing! Thank you.”
“Thank you for such an inspiring event, such an enjoyable hour…more of these please!”
Lost and Found: The work of Christie's Restitution department
Join the Friends in the Kettle's Yard house for a special talk from Richard Aronowitz- Mercer, global head of restitution at Christie’s.
My Kettle's Yard: The Art of Interiors with Tobias Vernon (8 Holland Street) and Emma Burns (Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler)
Join the Friends of Kettle’s Yard for a very special talk with Tobias Vernon, the founder of 8 Holland Street, a gallery and design studio specialising in 20th century British art and modern European furniture, and Emma Burns, the joint managing director of England’s longest running interior decoration firm, Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler. Held in the modern extension of the Kettle’s Yard house, the conversation will be led by design journalist Aimee Farrell. Event organiser: Aimee Farrell.
Join the Friends of Kettle’s Yard
To join the Friends of Kettle’s Yard either click on the link below where you can join online on a secure site run by the University of Cambridge, download the membership form from the link below or call us on 01223 748100 and we will send you a membership form.
If you have any queries please email: email@example.com