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Christmas Opening Times

We wish you all much festive cheer, now that Christmas is almost here!

Whether you’re in the mood for bunkering down or taking a trip around the town, then we at the University of Cambridge Museums have a few recommendations. 253 more words


Meaningful museums and marvellous moustaches

Speaking at and sharing stories at the Museums Association Conference

I’m Joanna Holland, Outreach and Access Officer at the Fitzwilliam Museum. Along with my job share partner Jacqui Strawbridge, I also lead on inclusion based work across the University of Cambridge Museums, working with my colleagues to ensure that our museums are places for everyone, including people who might be at risk of social exclusion. 1,092 more words


Curatorial Fellowship: The best of times

In March I embarked on a Curatorial Fellowship at Kettle’s Yard, kindly supported and funded by the Artisa Foundation. The Fellowship was intended for an individual in the early stages of their career, interested in gaining experience across curatorial and community outreach. 411 more words


Variations on a Weekend Theme

At the old bakery, 78 Akeman Street, Arbury, Cambridge
27-29 November 2015

Emma Smith, the first Kettle’s Yard Open House artist in residence, has been collaborating with local communities to develop a new artwork, exploring people’s restorative pastimes. 331 more words


Story-catchers at North Cambridge Children’s Centre

‘We are really pleased to be working closely with Kettle’s Yard as this enables us bring art and stories alive for children under 8 in our local area.

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Top Five Public Sculptures: Cambridge

Viccy Ibbett, Volunteer with the Public Catalogue Foundation, has been out and about in Cambridge and has chosen her favourite five sculptures in this historic city: 1,046 more words

Circuit: Unlock Cambridge

Last weekend, I visited Circuit: Unlock Cambridge, a free festival based in three locations across Cambridge. The purpose of my visit was to evaluate the festival and get some ideas for what works and doesn’t work in a free festival in preparation for the festival I have been working on in Nottingham – Affinity which will be based around Nottingham Contemporary on November 6th and 7th. 342 more words