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Fitzwilliam Museum
We're the art museum of Cambridge University, with over half a million objects & artworks.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 24
Next Tues (2-4pm) enjoy free harpsichord music, a book launch, readings & discussion, celebrating our Virginal Book
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 24
happy sketching - it's great to see what inspires people in the collections & building.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 24
Shopping in London 1765-85 as seen through traders business cards - online exhibition
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 23
Author M.R. James was Director of the Fitzwilliam from 1893-1908
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CRASSH, Cambridge Apr 23
Looking forward to welcoming artist Xu Bing next week!
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 23
To celebrate the birth of the Bard here's a print of Ferdinand and Miranda from The Tempest
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Sophie Pitman Apr 23
Free history workshops for 7-14 year olds on 9 May.Bookings essential admin@hist.cam.ac.uk More info:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 23
Happy here's a sketch of St George mounted on his steed by Edward Burne-Jones from our collection!
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Material Witness Apr 23
'Treasured Possessions, Ren to Enlightenment', till Sept. Looks unmissable.
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Cambridge News Apr 22
Sir David Attenborough comes to the , as building renamed in his honour:
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Cambridge Museums Apr 22
Read a summary of the recent Material Cultures in Public Engagement Symposium in out latest blog post
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Liz Hide Apr 22
thank you Tim Knox for pointing me to this fantastic blog re personal collections from
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 22
Ours will be 200 years old next year!
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 22
Monet’s Etrétat rock formations show how coastlines crumble & change - beautiful & fragile
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The Economist Apr 21
Value, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. at
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Paul Kindersley Apr 21
Cannot wait to see my fathers work ..and at opening tomorrow to mark his centenary year
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Liz Hide Apr 21
Kindersley's type designs are everywhere - display & walking tour
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 21
Happy Birthday II, here's a photo of Her Majesty's visit to the museum in 2005.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 21
Tomorrow we have a lunchtime talk on Treasured Possessions
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Crafts magazine Apr 20
Centenary celebrations of letter artist David Kindersley begin tomorrow with shows & more
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