We bring the work of artists and filmmakers practising internationally today to a rural setting, for audiences and visitors from both near and far to encounter, experience and enjoy.
Our 2020 programme opens this spring with Acts for placing woollen and linen, an exhibition by American artist Helen Mirra. The exhibition will include Standard Incomparable, an international project brought together in 2015 by Mirra, which comprises weavings made by weavers from 16 countries all born between 1949 and 2009. It will be on display at Cample for nine weeks before it then becomes the material for a new work by Helen Mirra – Acts for placing woollen and linen (2020) – which will take place over the last three weeks until 15 June.
Acts for placing woollen and linen
21 March-15 June 2020; Thur-Sat, 11am-5pm, or by appointment
Directions: We are located in Mid-Nithsdale in Dumfriesshire, south west Scotland. We are 1.5 miles from the A76. We are two miles south of Thornhill, and about 14 miles north of Dumfries. You will find us at Cample Mill, immediately overlooking the beautiful Cample rail viaduct.
Accessibility: We have wheelchair access throughout our building