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Fitzwilliam Museum Education Dept, Cambridge, UK. Events, activities, things to do, see & think about for all ages. Tweets by members of the Education Team.
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What a great day, the parks have reopened and we can with !
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FitzMuseumEducation Jul 2
Our latest digital art workshop - a view from a window. Join our studio artist Nathan Huxtable . Hope you enjoy and we'd love to see your paintings - share on social media with us
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FitzMuseumEducation Jul 1
To all our adult learners, we miss seeing you in the Fitzwilliam Museum galleries and in our art studio, so we have put together the second of our virtual art workshops. We extend a warm invitation to join us for a short flower painting tutorial video
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Anne-Louise Quinton. Jun 30
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I work with an amazing Special Interest Group for on Please DM me your email and I can send you the full document with our Key Questions and feel free to ask any questions. We want to hear from you all. Please RT too Thank you.
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Anne-Louise Quinton. Jun 30
Calling all you lovely people involved with art education, museums, galleries, illustrators, history of art educators and of course amazing Art teachers. Would you like to be involved in something that can change the course of our art education for the better and for all? Cont...
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FitzMuseumEducation Jun 25
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Do:🤩✂️✏️🖍️This page moves to show what it looks like when stars are moving around the Earth. Actually the Earth is spinning around - not the stars! Look at the night sky using a free app such as Stellarium and make a rotating map of the stars like ours:
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FitzMuseumEducation Jun 25
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Think:🤔This picture is a map of the stars in the sky. Stars that are grouped together are called constellations. The animal shapes help people remember where the stars are. If you could make your own constellation, what animal would it be?How many stars would you put inside?
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FitzMuseumEducation Jun 25
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Look:👀Part of the page can move - can you see where? How could you make it move?
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FitzMuseumEducation Jun 25
Done any star gazing recently? Today’s Look Think Do takes inspiration from this brightly-coloured medieval map of the stars - that spins!
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FitzMuseumEducation Jun 24
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One more for luck - what about a really short but important message? Try your hand at some activism inspired by this countermarked penny:
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FitzMuseumEducation Jun 24
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Or, if writing isn't really your bag, why not listen to a myth and then practice telling it to someone else? We've recorded the story of Demeter and Persephone for you - have a look at our caryatid from Demeter's temple:
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FitzMuseumEducation Jun 24
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Listen to a story and then plan out your journey - inspired by this incredible adventure depicted in The Last of England:
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FitzMuseumEducation Jun 24
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Gather some verbs and nouns using this incredible painting of a village festival by Pieter Brueghel the Younger:
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FitzMuseumEducation Jun 24
On why not revisit some of our past activities that invite you and your little ones or students to pick up their pens? You could...
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FitzMuseumEducation Jun 23
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Do:🤩Carve your own soap sculpture inspired by the shapes, forms and lines in nature and used by Barbara Hepworth!
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FitzMuseumEducation Jun 23
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Think:🤔This sculpture is known as an abstract form. Can you abstract the view from your window with these tips?
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FitzMuseumEducation Jun 23
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Look:👀explore this sculpture. What else does it remind you of?
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FitzMuseumEducation Jun 23
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FitzMuseumEducation Jun 18
What a lovely idea we think you did a great job well done!
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FitzMuseumEducation Jun 18
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Do:🤩Make your own Anemometer or Pinwheel to observe the wind. How fast and in what direction is it going today?
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