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Luke Syson has been appointed Director

17 October 2018

Luke Syson has been appointed Director and Marlay Curator of the Fitzwilliam Museum and will take up his post in early 2019.

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Town and Gown 10k run

Road closures around the Museum for Sunday’s 10k run

16 October 2018

This Sunday 22 October the Cambridge Town and Gown 10k run will go through the city, with road closures starting at 8.00.

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Degas: Passion for perfection

Last year's Degas exhibition is the focus of a new film by Exhibition on Screen due to be released in cinemas from 6 November.

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Big Draw

25 September 2018

This year's Big Draw, themed 'Moving lines', invites families to draw dancers from Bodywork Studio, in novel and fun ways.

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Contemporary art gallery

A reinvigorated hang of 20th and 21st century art

6 August 2018

A new display of art from the 20th and 21st centuries can be viewed in Gallery 11.

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Children crafting

Summer at the Fitzwilliam

12 July 2018

This summer enjoy a variety of family activites and exhibitions at the Museum.

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Queen Victoria sculpture

Fitzwilliam prevents the export of Queen Victoria

19 June 2018

Sir Alfred Gilbert's marble bust of Queen Victoria has been saved for the nation after the necessary money was raised to prevent it being exported to New York.

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Sleeping girl

Summertime loan of 'Sleeping' by John Everett Millais

8 June 2018

From late June, visitors will have the rare opportunity to see Millais's enchanting painting of his daughter Carrie, asleep, on loan from a private collection.

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Computer art

Fitz 3D Challenge

15 May 2018

Medieval wooden sculptures are the focus of a new creative project at the Fitzwilliam Museum.

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Edward Lear landscape

Special display on Edward Lear

5 April 2018

Enjoy a limited display on Edward Lear, originally conceived to complement a special Cambridge Literary Festival event.

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