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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 

 

Branding Challenge: a summer Arts Award project for young people in care

Fri, 25 Oct 2019

This August the University of Cambridge Museums (UCM) were pleased to continue our partnership with Cambridgeshire County Council in offering a group of Looked After Children (young people, currently unable to be supported by their own families, who are in the Council’s care) the chance to complete a Bronze Arts Award in a week. We were joined at the Fitzwilliam... Read full article


A modern day treasure hunt

Wed, 23 Oct 2019

This summer, young visitors to some of the University of Cambridge Museums had the opportunity to participate in an exciting artist-led treasure hunt. Hidden Tales: the Riddle of the White Sphinx, created by Mark Wells and Sorrel May, and illustrated by Jennifer Bell, encourages families to explore our museums in a different way…. here, author Mark Wells tells all. How... Read full article


Practical Evaluation

Wed, 09 Oct 2019

How can arts and cultural organisations evaluate the quality and impact of our work with children and young people? Over the last 18 months, members of the University of Cambridge Museums (UCM) Learning Team have been working on an evaluation project with colleagues from the National Gallery, part of an Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded project in partnership... Read full article


Twelve teenagers curate an exhibition on climate change

Tue, 01 Oct 2019

The plan was this: invite twelve young people into the museum, fill their brains with information about the Polar Regions and museum displays and then ask them to produce the framework for a temporary exhibition about climate change. In a week. There is a lot of buzz around ‘co-curation’ projects at the moment. The idea is, by bringing in an... Read full article


Toddlers Go Digital

Thu, 11 Jul 2019

Here at the Fitzwilliam Museum, we want to inspire young artists by giving them access to our incredible collections and a wide range of high quality creative materials. Here we used digital tools alongside more traditional resources to help very young children explore and create their own art. Following on from our collaborative projects with the UCM Digital Maker in... Read full article