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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 

 

An INSIGHT into the Fitzwilliam Museum

Wed, 22 Feb 2017

Thirty year 10 students from London recently visited the Fitzwilliam Museum as part of the University’s INSIGHT programme. INSIGHT is an academic programme delivered through the University’s Widening Participation Programme, … Continue reading


Working towards audience diversity through creating progression opportunities at the Fitzwilliam Museum

Fri, 17 Feb 2017

Since summer 2016, Kate Carreno, Assistant Director Central Services, and Miranda Stearn, Head of Learning, at the Fitzwilliam Museum have been participating in the Arts Marketing Association’s Audience Diversity Academy … Continue reading


Teachers Explore ‘Line and Shape’

Wed, 25 Jan 2017

In the spring and summer of 2016, Paula Briggs and Sheila Ceccarelli from AccessArt and Kate Noble from the Fitzwilliam Museum collaborated to create and deliver a series of InSET sessions (in-service-training) for primary school teachers. AccessArt facilitates high … Continue reading


Romsey Mill Young Mum’s Arts Award

Thu, 22 Dec 2016

The Fitzwilliam Museum has been working with the Young Mums group at Romsey Mill since 2012 supporting participants to achieve an Arts Award (a nationally recognised qualification). The programme follows … Continue reading


Exploring Colour at the Botanic Garden

Thu, 15 Dec 2016

The current COLOUR exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum has shown the close links between art and science – both in the production and analysis of these amazing manuscripts. Our challenge … Continue reading