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For October's Object of the Month we are cheating slightly, in that it’s not one object, but many. We walk through the Fitzwilliam’s extensive collection of Print Albums and find out why they are so special and unique to the world.
As part of the Fitzwilliam Museum’s bicentenary celebrations, we invite applications to the James H. Marrow Research Travel Fund. Deadline 30 November 2016.
September’s Object of the Month comes from the Fitzwilliam’s extensive Manuscripts collection, and is the first display you see when you enter our COLOUR exhibition.
Our mosque lamp, found in the Arts of the Near East Gallery (No.33), is August's Object of the Month.
On 1 August our Founder, Richard, VII Viscount Fitzwilliam would have been celebrating his 271st birthday. Click through to the story for full programme of celebratory events.
Emil Siemeister's light installation is inspired by the Fitzwilliam Museum's Macclesfield Psalter currently on show in COLOUR .
Working with Acoustiguide, a leading name in digital interpretation, the Museum has designed eGuide to help enhance visitors’ experience of selected exhibits.
This new exhibition showcases recent contemporary work by Susan Aldworth and Jane Dixon.
This enormous four-piece bronze sculpture has been kindly lent by the Henry Moore Foundation in Hertfordshire.
May's Object of the Month - Dionysos of Salamis can be seen in the Cypriot Gallery (No.22).
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