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The Fitzwilliam Museum offers many opportunities for adult learners. We celebrate our permanent collection, our temporary exhibitions and our gallery redisplays with a complementary and changing programme of varied events.

These can take many forms and include gallery talks, lectures, day and short courses, practical workshops, conferences and seminars.

We also have a wide range of online resources, including our Collections Explorer, Podcasts and Online Exhibitions.

Please check the 'What's On' Section for future talks and courses or email us at 

 

Going coastal in the Fens: exploring the sea with Centre 33

Fri, 28 Sep 2018

The University of Cambridge Museums have a long-term partnership with local charity Centre 33’s Young Carers project, supporting the young people’s engagement with our collections for over ten years. This year, for the first time, we led sessions across the county as well as within our museums. The young people worked with artist Rachel Dormor over the summer exploring the... Read full article


“I had a great week working there!”: Work Experience at the University of Cambridge Museums

Thu, 30 Aug 2018

During the final week of University of Cambridge Museums Work Experience, Deniz from Impington Village College, Maicie from Stour Valley Community School, Katie from Comberton Village College and Nellie-Mae from Cambourne Village College all spent time at the Fitzwilliam Museum and another of our University Museums. We asked them some questions about their time with UCM, what they did and... Read full article


Reflecting on the findings of the UCM Nursery in Residence Project

Wed, 25 Jul 2018

After six months of reflection and writing about the University of Cambridge Museums Nursery in Residence, we are excited to be able to share the findings of our collaborative, practitioner-led research project. ‘Stand aside for a while and leave room for learning, observe what children do, and then, if you have understood it well, perhaps teaching will be different from... Read full article


Autism, Accessibility and Our Public Spaces

Wed, 11 Jul 2018

With support and input from families and professionals dealing with autism on a daily basis, the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology has been working on a project to become more accessible to those on the autistic spectrum. This blog post explores the importance of, and the journey to, becoming more autism accessible. While most people have heard of autism, they... Read full article


Strollers, Stories & Studio Pottery

Tue, 19 Jun 2018

Some people might be daunted at the thought of a group of Under Fives being invited to express themselves in a contemporary ceramics exhibition, but here at the Fitzwilliam Museum we saw a challenge and wanted to find ways to support our youngest visitors to engage with the objects on display. We devised two sessions: one for 0-2 year olds... Read full article