October news from Eddington
Posted Thursday 31st October 2019
NEWS FROM EDDINGTON
IN THIS BULLETIN:
Free screening of Einstein and Eddington film; new public art at Eddington; North West and West Community Forum; Cambridge Jazz Festival at Eddington; Cambridge Social Media Day 2019 at Storey's Field Centre
EINSTEIN AND EDDINGTON SCREENING
A free screening of the BBC film Einstein and Eddington, starring David Tennant and Andy Serkis, is taking place at the Storey’s Field Centre on November 7.
The film will be introduced by Christopher Evans from the Cambridge Archaeology Unit who will give a short talk about Arthur Eddington.
Drinks and refreshments will be available from the Storey’s Field Centre bar from 7pm and the screening will begin at 7.30pm.
NEW PUBLIC ART AT EDDINGTON
Eddington's latest piece of public art, Ripple-Marked Radiance (after Hertha Ayrton), has been unveiled.
This tapestry, by Yelena Popova, is located in the Storey’s Field Centre. It celebrates human invention, exemplified through a reading of the work of pioneering scientist Hertha Ayrton.
The energy of the ripple, lightwaves and electrons that were Ayrton’s tools of work form a powerful metaphor for the energy of a new community at Eddington.
NORTH WEST AND WEST COMMUNITY FORUM
All are welcome to attend the North West and West Community Forum to hear updates on the North West Cambridge and Darwin Green developments.
This will include updates on the Eddington Hotel development and Phase 2 of the North West Cambridge Development.
The forum will be on 7 November at the Storey's Field Centre from 6.30pm.
Cambridge Jazz Festival at Eddington
There are more than 15 different performances, classes and workshops throughout November the Storey’s Field Centre as part of the Cambridge Jazz Festival.
Cambridge Social Media Day at Storey's Field Centre
The two day social media conference returns to Storey's Field Centre on November 7 and 8 with experts, workshops and talks lined up.