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Fitzwilliam Museum
The fine art and antiquities museum of the University of Cambridge.
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Does your child have additional needs? We'd love to hear your thoughts on some new quiet opening sessions . You’ll receive a £25 Amazon voucher as a thank you. Focus group: 5 June 2-3pm . Contact Marie to express interest by 29 May: mfk25@cam.ac.uk
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FitzMuseumEducation May 22
What nice feedback from last wkds workshop inspired by “lovely staff, lovely materials , accessible and engaging activities” Join us on Sat 16th June for x2 workshops (8-12 yrs) w/ artist to learn slip printing techniques.
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Amy Harris. May 21
Absolutely adored the & 's 'Flux: Parian Unpacked' exhibition yesterday. A feast for the eyes, a treat for this lover of Parian, and politically & postcolonially engaged in a subtle, effective way.
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Daniel Zeichner May 21
Great to catch up with at the Museums in Parliament event this afternoon!
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Fitzwilliam Museum May 21
On Wed 23 May at 13.15 Elizabeth Fritsch CBE will be in conversation with Joanna Bird - "2 on 3 dimensions". A rare opportunity to hear this distinguished ceramic artist discuss her work in public - tokens available from 12.45
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Fitzwilliam Museum May 21
Our friend always captures the Fitz in the best light. Good morning Sir Cam!
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Fitzwilliam Museum May 19
There’s lots of speculation about Meghan’s dress...perhaps the designer has drawn a bit of inspiration from this 17th century wedding dress? 😉
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Fitzwilliam Museum May 18
We love you too! 😍
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Fitzwilliam Museum May 16
Live pottery demonstrations from Abi and Sarah at Rowan have just started in the Courtyard. Visitors to our Late will also have a chance to make a coil pot or have a go at throwing down in our Studio (admission by timed ticket). Come along!
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Fitzwilliam Museum May 16
At tonight's Late meet some of the Makers who have re-interpreted a number of the Museum’s wooden Medieval sculptures in an exciting creative challenge. Find the Makers in Gallery 7. And find out more about the project here:
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ACE South East May 16
Join 'Late at the - Objects in the Round' tonight for wonderful mix of exhibits, talks and music! All part of the amazing by
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Fitzwilliam Museum May 15
Is a Museum a space to dance? Can it improve our mental wellbeing? 'Dancing at the Fitzwilliam' is one of our many outreach projects aimed at improving our wellbeing and mental health
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Fitzwilliam Museum May 15
At tomorrow’s Late we will be screening commissioned film 'Home from Home' (23 mins) at 7pm in the Seminar Room, featuring 16 ceramicists sharing their experiences of living and working in Britain. Introduced by potter, Kochevet Bendavid, and followed by a Q&A, free
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Fitzwilliam Museum May 14
Our 13.15 lunchtime talk on Weds 16 May is an introduction to the "Things of Beauty Growing" exhibition by our internal Fitzwilliam curator . (This replaces the talk advertised in the printed What's On). Tokens available from Courtyard Entrance from 12.45
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Fitzwilliam Museum May 14
At our Late on 16/5 visitors to our exhibition "Things of Beauty Growing" can relax listening to harpist Jo Wallace-Hadrill & then enjoy cocktails and nibbles in our Courtyard Café serenaded by Kris Langhorne play acoustic guitar
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Fitzwilliam Museum May 13
For more information about our Late: :)
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Fitzwilliam Museum May 12
The Early Years programme at the Museum aims to give very young children authentic encounters with incredible artworks. Here we worked with with a variety of creative music and art activities -
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Fitzwilliam Museum May 11
Visit our 'Things of Beauty Growing' exhibition after hours at next Wednesday's Late at the Fitzwilliam. Here's the exhibition advert: And more about our Late: :)
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Fitzwilliam Museum May 10
At our Late "Objects in the round" on 16 May get up close to historically accurate replicas of some of our sculptures and to creative re-interpretations resulting from the . We'd love to know what you think of them!
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Fitzwilliam Museum May 10
Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai died in 1849. The Fitzwilliam’s impression of 'Convolvulus and Tree-frog' 1832, is outstanding in condition; other surviving impressions are typically faded. Can you spot the frog?
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