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Fen Ditton Gallery

23 High Street, Fen Ditton, Cambridge, CB5 8ST

Just a short bike ride along the river from Cambridge you’ll find Fen Ditton Gallery – part commercial art gallery, part artist studio and part campaigning organisation for art and the environment.
Run by artist/photographer Lotte Attwood and daughter Hannah Munby, with curatorial and programme advice from independent curator, Amanda Game, the gallery is housed in an elegant converted Victorian National School Building. And unlike some galleries, which can feel intimidating, this is a welcoming place in a domestic setting; it’s actually located in Lotte’s home!
Since opening in May 2018, the gallery has developed a varied programme of exhibitions with renowned and celebrated artists and includes an annual major exhibition focused on the natural world.
In September 2021, Hannah launched a Young Collectors Club at the gallery, which invites new and aspiring art collectors to join a community of like-minded people and build the confidence to start collecting art. Since it’s launch, Fen Ditton Gallery and the Young Collectors have begun to identify exciting emerging and graduate artists, with the aim of supporting them in their artistic careers.
Printmaking and photography are other key strands of the gallery programme and 2023 will build of the gallery’s relationship with Kip Gresham and The Print Studio, Cambridge with an exhibition of prints by Willard Boepple and the second edition of the Contemporary Printmaking Prize.
Lotte and Hannah have worked with a number of private clients to source works for their collections and offer a free consultation for anyone looking for art advisory services. Contact them on to find out more.