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SKETCH

Sat 5 October: 10.15 - 13.00

Gain ideas and advice on sketching and get creative in our galleries with like minded people. £5 per session.

MUSE

Fri 25 October: 10.15 - 12.00  

Become more confident with your drawing skills and discover new ways of working. £5 per workshop.

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TALKS & DROP-IN EVENTS

For our full season of talks and locations visit our website

Ancient tears and laughter: Some visual clues

Wed 2 October: 13.15 - 14.00

Dr Nigel Spivey, Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge. 

Talk marks the 2013 Cambridge Greek Play

Picturing Prometheus

Wed 9 October: 13.15 - 14.00

Dr Carrie Vour, Christ’s College, University of Cambridge.

Talk marks the 2013 Cambridge Greek Play

Art Speak

Tue 15 October: 13.15 - 13.45

Enjoy half an hour looking at and talking about art.

Thomas Gainsborough’s Heneage Lloyd and his Sister, Lucy

Wed 16 October: 13.15 - 14.00

Rachel Sinfield, Head of Education.

Part of the BBC ‘Your Paintings, Masterpieces in Schools’ programme

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Healthy, humours and paintings

Wed 23 October: 13.15 & 15.00

Spike Bucklow, Research Scientist, Hamilton Kerr Institute.

It’s not easy being green: exploring the use of green pigments and mixtures in manuscript illumination

Thu 24 October: 13.15 - 14.00

Dr Paola Ricciardi, Research Associate, Manuscript and Printed Books

Models of collaboration: Artistic interventions in a fifteenth-century Book of Hours

Wed 30 October: 13.15 - 14.00

Dr Deirdre Jackson, Research Associate, Manuscripts and Printed Books

   

YOUNG PEOPLE

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ReSource

Sat 14 September: 11.00 – 13.00

Ages 13 – 18

Join us to learn specialist techniques from printing, painting, illustration and sculpture. £4 per person.

Work Experience Taster Day

Thu 31 October: 10.00 – 16.30

Ages 13 – 18

Interested in a career in museums? This work experience day gives an insight into museum life and work at two University of Cambridge Museums.

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FAMILY ACTIVITIES

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Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult

Family First Saturday

Sat 5 October: 14.00 – 16.00

All Ages

On the first Saturday of each month visit our Fitz Family Welcome Point and collect drawing materials, activities and trails to use throughout the Museum.

FREE

Line dancing (mark one)

Wed 23 October: 10.00 - 11.30 & 13.00 – 14.30

Ages 2 – 5

Join us in a workshop for preschoolers where we will encourage crossing the borders between observation, movement, mark making and meaning.

FREE but booking essential.

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Discovering ancient Assyria

Sat 26 October: 14.00 – 17.00

Ages 8 – 80+

Write your name like an Assyrian on clay and read your future from oil and water! Pick up a full list of activities on the day.

FREE

Line dancing (mark two)

Wed 30 October: 12.00 – 16.00

All ages

A drop-in family drawing workshop.

FREE

Write like the ancients

Thu 31 October 10.30 – 12.30 & 14.00 – 16.00

How did the Greeks and Romans write before the invention of pens, pencils and paper? Find out through hands-on activities.

FREE but booking essential.

   

PROMENADE CONCERTS

Enjoy a free classical concert in the beautiful surroundings of Gallery 3 at 13.15

For more information and our full concert season click here

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The Mulberry Piano Trio

Sun 13 October

Paul Seddon (violin), Vivian Williams (cello) and John Richens (piano) perform pieces by Mendelssohn and Turina.

Promenade Concert

Sun 20 October

Charlotte Rowan (violin) and Charlotte Stevenson (piano) perform pieces by Brahms, Bach, Elgar and Kreisler.

The Elizabethan 007: Music and Intrigue at the Court of Elizabeth 1

Sun 27 October

Hexachordia early music group perform pieces by Dowland, Morley, Byrd and Johnson.

   

OTHER NEWS FROM THE FITZ

Big Fitz Book Sale

Fri 11 & Sat 12 October: 11.00 - 16.00

Courtyard Entrance

Pick up a second hand good quality book from 50p at the Fitzwilliam Museum’s public book sale, organised by the Development Office and Friends of the Museum. Funds raised will be used to help with transport costs for schools who find it difficult to pay for coach hire, but would like their pupils to benefit from all that the Fitzwilliam has to offer.

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THE FITZ RECOMMENDS

Beyond El Dorado: power and gold in ancient Colombia

British Museum
17 October 2013 - 23 March 2014

Organised with Museo del Oro, Bogotá, this major new exhibition at the British Museum explores the rich and diverse cultures of Colombia before the arrival of the Spanish in the 16th century. Discover the truth behind the legend through more than 300 astonishing objects made from gold and other precious materials.

Click here for more details.

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Apple Day

Botanic Garden, Cambridge
Sun 27 October: 10.00 - 16.00

A local autumn family favourite, Apple Day, returns to the Botanic Garden for the first time in five years. We will be scouring the region to bring together a diverse collection of apples to taste and try before you buy, including some seldom sold and heritage varieties.

Apple Day tickets are £3 for visitors aged 17 and over, plus normal Garden entry. Children 16 and under are free.

Click here for more details.

 

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