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Fitzwilliam Museum
The fine art and antiquities museum of the University of Cambridge.
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Contemporary Art Soc Apr 20
Friday Dispatch comes from , where Matt Smith's exhibition attempts to make us question orthodox historical narratives
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 20
View our latest What's On brochure online, and start planning things to do at the Museum over the May - August period :)
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Lucy R Apr 19
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Kate Carreno Apr 18
Very proud to see the work of and colleagues featured in this too
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 18
Another lovely morning in Cambridge. Here is a shot looking at the ceiling from within our portico taking by our friend yesterday.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 18
Thanks to everyone who came tonight, and thank you also to our colleagues in for making it possible, and to for sharing their collection, and to for sharing their talent
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 18
Catch today's Guardian G2 as they examine 'Things of Beauty Growing: British studio pottery' in the context of the popularity of ceramics on show until June 17.
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Cambridge Museums Apr 18
“Always dress like you’re going to see your worst enemy.” — Kimora Lee Our fashion late is tonight . If you haven't already booked a ticket, we'll be selling some on the door, 6:30pm.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 18
The sun is shining ☀️ A great reason to head out of your house to our Fashion Late tonight. If you haven't already booked a ticket, we'll be selling some on the door, so you can still attend. Here's the link to the official programme 😀
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 16
2 October to 9 December 2018 - yes predominantly the same show as at Tate St Ives, but with some special Cambridge nuances.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 16
We are very excited about this show too and for those who have seen it in St Ives you would be welcome to come back and see it again with some things just on show at the Fitz - opens 2 October
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 16
Wed’s 1.15 pm lunchtime talk is by photographer Ben Boswell: “A passion for pottery: a photographer’s dream job.” He will share his depictions of ceramic artists and their work, pictured here is his photograph of Akiko Hirai at work
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 16
Don't forget you can see some of the prints used to inspire the range at this Wednesday's Fashion Late. More info & to book: Limited tickets also available at the Courtyard Entrance door, and the first 250 people in will receive a 20% Oasis discount card!
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 15
Fantastic talk today by Jenny Uglow about her biography of Edward Lear as part of . The accompanying display of Lear’s watercolours, sketches, letters & books in Gall 3 is on until 22 Apr, & a few signed copies of Uglow’s Mr Lear are still available at the Museum shop
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 14
Learn more about our exhibition 'Flux: Parian unpacked' in this artist interview with Matt Smith:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 13
Look out for this banner at next week's Fashion Late! We'll be giving away four £50 Oasis cards to people who strike their best fashion pose and post their picture to Instagram (hashtag revealed on the night). Book your ticket now, if you haven't already:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 13
We’re inviting Makers around the world to reinvent 6 artworks in our collection using 3D scans from Scan The World. Entries will be exhibited at the Museum from 15-20 May. To find out more, and to sign up to take part visit:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 12
Another nice article in Cambridge Independent about our collaboration with Oasis :) We're also pleased to announce that the first 250 people through the door to next week's Fashion Late will receive a 20% Oasis discount card. More info & to book:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 11
This 1901 painting by Philip Wilson Steer is called "Hydrangeas", but we think the real star is the black and white cat
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Fitzwilliam Museum Apr 11
Some of the watercolours that inspired the exclusive Fitzwilliam Museum range with high street fashion brand Oasis. There will be an opportunity to see the works up close at next week's Fashion Late:
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