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A.Christophilopoulou Apr 15
Our Dolphin stone which has inspired our colleagues and will be a celebrated object of our exhibition project
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 23
Islamic & Middle Eastern Iznik Tile pottery, the earliest c.1575 to c.1725
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 22
In case you’re missing us...morning light in our galleries 🌞
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Ann Kennedy Smith Jun 10
These are great. Wittily doctored versions of some of 's great masterpieces in beautiful face coverings - available to buy as greetings cards
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Emma Torrens Mar 27
Fab activities for you and your kids to try at home
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Nicky Wallis Apr 17
Finding ways to continue our participatory action research project with preschoolers while in lockdown. Absolutely delighted to receive some great drawings from our ⁦ today.🍍 🦉 & 🐎 feature!
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Holly Morrison May 26
Lovely to see bright outcomes of work myself and colleagues have been squirelling away at Follow along 15.00-17.00 to learn what digital/ offline connections we have been providing!
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Emma Torrens Apr 30
Art activities this week from dance themed version of 'Dangers averted' gold medal
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Fliss M Mar 27
Looking for a family activity today?
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Daniel Pett May 16
As it is day on , here's a thread on technology. The museum and Cambridge has a rich history in the sector and so much to share. Here's some snippets, since I joined the Fitz in 2018.
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AngelGurriaQuintana May 28
Replying to @FitzMuseum_UK
Hi . Was it putting wedding cake through a ring? (We may have to work on the hair, but that was as frizzy as the model was prepared to go this time.)
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Daniel Pett May 16
Replying to @DEJPett
More digital change and growth is coming in the next few weeks, keep an eye out for and co-production opportunities that may appear.
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Miranda Stearn May 1
This week team let me get involved helping create a activity. I hope you all enjoy this fab painting (& a bit of feminist lens to your art activities) (disclaimer- I can't take any credit for the sewing skills- thanks !)
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Nicky Wallis May 28
I’m so glad that we are finding both digital & non digital ways to continue to share art with our audiences, building on pre-Covid partnerships.
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Cambridge Science Festival May 7
Replying to @FitzMuseum_UK
Visit 's website for online exhibitions and new Look, Think, Do activities. New curriculum-linked online resources added regularly, perfect for families and teachers :
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Nicky Wallis May 17
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 22
What work of art gives you room to breathe? In Curator writes about one of her favourite works at the Fitz, Annie Turner’s ‘Net’ (2010), given to us by Nicholas & Judith Goodison through © Annie Turner
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FitzMuseumEducation Jun 23
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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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