Talks and Events
A Taste of Greece
Artist John Craxton loved life in Greece: the food, the music and the warm, luminous Mediterranean landscapes. Come and experience his take on Greece with a final celebration and personal tours of the exhibition A world of private mystery: John Craxton, RA (1922-2009) before it closes on 21 April.
With food, drink and mezzedes in our own Greek courtyard, live Mediterranean music, and Craxton’s own dazzling Greek paintings upstairs, enjoy a taste of Greece here in Cambridge.
Live acoustic set - Daphna Sadeh
Daphna Sadeh on the Double Bass and Mark Smulian on the Oud present a rich tapestry of Mediterranean music, laced with Middle Eastern traditions and traditional tunes. With original compositions and arrangements.
Hear a compilation of her music here:
Guided tour - My Greece seen through Craxton’s eyes
Anastasia Christophilopoulou, Antiquities Outreach Officer, will be giving tours of the exhibition discussing her own memories of Greece and the ancient Greek art influences in Craxton’s work. Places on the tour will be available to book on the evening at the events desk.
A quiz on Craxton and his Greek paintings will also be available from the events desk.
The Museum shop and café will be open throughout the evening, with a special Greek menu, drinks and mezzedes available to purchase.
17.00 - A taste of Greece opens
17.40 - Guided tour of exhibition
18.00 - 18.30 - Music set
18.40 - Guided tour of exhibition
19.00 - 19.30 - Music set
20.00 - Closes
Fri 11 April 2014 | to 20:00