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Fitzwilliam Museum
The fine art and antiquities museum of the University of Cambridge.
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Fitzwilliam Museum 17h
Our new exhibition Codebreakers & Groundbreakers opens this Tuesday. Here's the trailer to whet your appetite!
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Matthew Hudson 19h
James Grime with a fully working WW2 machine at the . Part of an exhibition on codebreaking.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Oct 18
Experienced in IT & digital systems? Looking for a change of scene? Check out this exciting new opportunity with us:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Oct 17
Degas's sculptures: how truthful are they to his artistic intentions? Find out in tomorrow's lunchtime talk
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Fitzwilliam Museum Oct 17
See our terracotta statue of Handel by Roubiliac on display at the exhibition at
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Fitzwilliam Museum Oct 16
BBC Radio 4 Saturday Review on Degas: starts at 27m 20s
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Fitzwilliam Museum Oct 16
Saturday Review on Degas: starts at 27m 20s
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Fitzwilliam Museum Oct 13
Our Degas banner at King's Cross :) Look out for it if you're travelling!
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Fitzwilliam Museum Oct 12
Our own Head of Conservation and Conservator of Manuscripts of Printed Books sharing tips on joining the field in this conservators' podcast
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Fitzwilliam Museum Oct 12
VOGUE recommends 'Degas: A Passion for Perfection', as a must see exhibition
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Fitzwilliam Museum Oct 11
Now on show at Fitz - What Sewing Samplers Tell Us About Women’s Lives from 17th - 19th Centuries via
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Fitzwilliam Museum Oct 10
Find out how works by Degas were collected in Britain and Cambridge at our lunchtime talk tomorrow:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Oct 9
James Grime, one of exhibition's curators, will speak about Alan Turing & the Enigma machine. Booking details here
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Cambridge Museums Oct 6
Help us create a What’s On listing, get interviewed by our researcher and receive a voucher in return, more info:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Oct 7
This new conservation blog post looks at Parian-ware - due to go on show in our 2018 exhibition FLUX:
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Hattie Williams Oct 6
displays samplers embroidered with devotional texts, Katie Stock explores sewing's resurgence
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Francis Bacon Oct 5
’s Two Figures, 1953 will be on display at the until 14 January 2018. Find out more:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Oct 5
So proud to be included in this. Try our Degas-themed Family First Sat 7 Oct
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BBC Front Row Oct 4
“Art is not what you see but what you make others see.” Edgar Degas and his fascination with ballet
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Fitzwilliam Museum Oct 4
Interested in volunteering to help us survey our new Degas exhibition? Find out more here:
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