Open Call

The Cavendish Arts Science programme creates collective encounters between art and science that explore the world, our humanity, and our place in the world.

We seek to create new artistic work that questions traditional centring of voices and ways of knowing, and looks to re-imagine ways of exploring material and immaterial universes.

Fellowship Open Call

Applications for the second Cavendish Arts Science Fellowship at Girton College will be open from 4 July 2022. This unique collaborative opportunity is open to artists internationally and is not confined to any single aesthetic, theme, or medium.

We are seeking adventurous artists who challenge traditional ways of knowing, engage with communities, and enjoy collectively imagining new possibilities. Artists with no previous experience working with scientists or in a scientific environment are particularly encouraged to apply.

Programme News

As part of his Cavendish Arts Science Fellowship, experimental filmmaker Logan Dandridge was in residence in Cambridge between January and June 2022.

Logan has brought specific interests in memory, non-linear time and Black experience to his dialogues with physicists at the Cavendish Laboratory and fellows at Girton College and we are delighted to share his recent film ’Antiphony’ which reflects the development of some of these ideas.

You can also listen to Logan and Suchitra Sebastian, Director of Cavendish Arts Science on the 'People doing Physics' podcast, and read an interview we conducted with him earlier this year.


Cavendish Arts Science is an initiative of the University of Cambridge, Cavendish Laboratory for Physics. The Cavendish Arts Science Fellowship at Girton College is made possible through a partnership with Girton College.

The programme is supported by a generous donation from Una Ryan.



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