Trail 3 2 CITY CENTRE Cambridge Trail 2 Jesus College Sculpture Trails 13 Trail 1 CITY CENTRE Finding your way.... Included in these trails are 20th and 21st century sculptures that are accessible in public places 12 Christ’s throughout the central area of Cambridge city. 11 College 10 Please note: Robinson 19 Clare 16 College College 14 Clare College • Many sculptures are located in college grounds where 1 public access may be restricted in the pre-examination 18 15 2 season, mid April – mid June. There are other occasions ClareHall 3 Emmanuel when colleges may be temporarily closed so it is advisable College 4 to telephone the Porters’ Lodge prior to your visit. 5 8 9 • Group visits should be arranged with Colleges in advance. 7 • Dogs are not permitted in college grounds. 6 • Children must be accompanied by an adult. • Collections change periodically. A number of sculptures SidgwickSite are on loan so some works shown in the leaflet may not FacultyBuildings be in place. 17 For advice about places to stay and things to do visit www.visitcambridge.org Cambridge Sculpture Trails For more information please visit: www.cambridgesculpturetrails.co.uk E: email@example.com Design: www.cantellday.co.uk A new and exciting way to discover modern sculpture in Cambridge. Three walking trails take you to outstanding pieces of sculpture sited in historic and modern Cambridge. Trail 1 South Cambridge 3: Peter Randall-Page 17: Phillip King Trail 2 City centre Between the Lines 2007 Span 1967 | Painted Steel Carved from a granite glacial 6: Antony Gormley 9: Wendy Taylor 12: Anthony Smith 14: Barbara Hepworth Sidgwick Site Faculty Buildings, Trail 3 West Cambridge boulder Earthbound: Plant 2002 Jester 1994 | Bronze The Young Darwin 2009 | Bronze Divided Circle 1969 | Bronze Sidgwick Avenue. An early work Fisher Square, off Corn Exchange Cast Iron Emmanuel College, St Andrew’s Situated in the Christ’s College’s Clare College, Trinity Lane. by the former President of the Each leaflet covers a different tour around the city centre. Street. A new piece outside the Situated at ground level in the Street. Sited in the Paddock Darwin Garden in New Court, This sculpture is sited in the Royal Academy now on loan to More information about the sculpture and the artists is Grand Arcade. entrance to the Downing Site, Area. It is essential to enquire at this sculpture was commissioned Fellows’ Garden and is not the University. available on our website www.cambridgesculpturetrails.org Downing Street, this installation Porters’ Lodge: 01223 334200 for the 200th anniversary of the visible from elsewhere. Access is a human figure buried up side birth of Charles Darwin. to the garden is only possible down with only the soles of the when the college is open to feet showing. the public. It is essential to enquire at the Porters’ Lodge: Trail 2 begins at the Tourist Information Centre, which is close to the 01223 333200 centre of historic Cambridge. You will have the opportunity to view over thirty sculptures sited both in civic settings and university grounds from crocodiles, bears and bronze horses to works by sculptors such as Henry Moore, Wendy Taylor and Michael Ayrton. 4: John Taylor & Mathew 13: Barry Flanagan 18: Helaine Blumenfeld Although it might take over four hours to complete, there are plenty Bronze Horse 1983 | Bronze Lane Sanderson 10: Antony Caro Flame 2004 | Patinated Bronze of places for refreshments along the way. 7: Sculptor Unknown The Corpus Clock 2008 Deposition 2000 | Rolled Steel Jesus College, Jesus Lane, Clare Hall (Entrance) Herschel Alternatively the walk can be completed on separate days or can Gold plated stainless steel Bears 1904 Christ’s College, St. Andrew’s First Court. Jesus College Road. Within the College is an be shortened by omitting sculptures 15-19 on the west side of the Clipsham Stone Street – sited in the ante-chapel. holds an impressive collection On the corner of Bene’t Street extensive collection of art which river. The collection in Jesus College (13) could be another visit. and King’s Parade. This Sedgwick Museum of Earth Inspired by Rembrandt’s picture of other sculpture in the may be seen by appointment Sciences, Downing Site, Downing of the “Deposition from the grounds including: 15: Charles Jencks mechanical clock is driven by a only. Contact Porters’ Lodge: Street. The Museum is to the left Cross”, this sculpture can only • Claire Barclay (Glowing Promise 2007) DNA Double Helix 2005 mechanism in the shape of a 01223 332360 of the entrance from Downing be seen when Christ’s College Aluminium giant grasshopper. The time is • Antonio Bellotti (Time’s Arrow 1996) shown by blue LED lights Street and the bears are on the Chapel is open to the public. It • Richard Bray (Maple Three Piece 1991) Clare College, Memorial Court moving round the clock face. external stair rails. Look out also is essential to enquire at the • Geoffrey Clarke (Call it Hadrian’s Visible from Queen’s Road. for bisons, an iguanodon, a sloth Porters’ Lodge: 01223 334900. Wall 1970) This sculpture was donated and a mammoth on the exterior by Nobel Laureate Jim Watson • Barry Flanagan (The Cricketer 1989) of this building and stairway. to commemorate his discovery, • Evelyn Herring (Mortal Man 1960) together with Francis Crick, of • Roger Hiorns (Untitled 2007) the structure of DNA. Porters’ • Phillip King (Brake 1966) Lodge: 01223 333200 1: Lawrence Bradshaw • Bryan Kneale (Lucifer 2006) possibly influenced by • Danny Lane (Empress 2001) 19: Ben Barrell Gertrude Hermes 2: Michael Ayrton • Diane Maclean (Spine 1996) Finback 2008 Doors of the Guildhall 1933 Talos 1950 | Bronze 11: Tim Harrisson • Eduardo Paolozzi (Daedalus on Bronze Resin on a steel base Bronze A Pattern of Life 2001 Wheels 1994) Guildhall Street. 5: Eric Gill Portland Limestone • Keir Smith (Coastal Path 1986) Robinson College, Grange Market Square. Commissioned Talos is the legendary guardian Cavendish Crocodile 1933 • William Turnbull (Head 1987) Road. This sculpture is visible by C Cowles Voysey, the architect of Minoan Crete. This sculpture Engraving on Brick Sited in the third court of the from the entrance to the of the Guildhall. The ten panels was erected on the completion 8: Sophie Dickens Christ’s College. Visible from • Alison Wilding (Melancholia 2003) On the Mond Building. Visible 16: Henry Moore college. Two other sculptures on the doors depict scenes from of the Lion Yard and Fisher Mother and Child 2008 the path. These outdoor sculptures through the Old Cavendish Arch, Falling Warrior 1956 | Bronze by Philip de Konig and rural life. Look out for the plinths House in 1973. Carved Wood can only be seen when Jesus Free School Lane. “Crocodile” Christophe Gordon-Brown are on either side of the entrance Situated at first floor level on the College is open to the public. Clare College, Memorial Court. was the nickname of the eminent in the garden. Porters’ Lodge: which include seahorses which exterior of the John Lewis Enquire at the Porters’ Lodge: Porters’ Lodge: 01223 333200 physicist Lord Rutherford who 01223 339100 also feature in the Cambridge Building on the corner of 01223 339339 worked in the Cavendish City coat of arms. Downing Street. Laboratory on this site.