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New podcast explores ‘Art Works’ sessions for young people at The Fitzwilliam Museum

The latest Museum podcast is now available to listen to online, exploring The Fitzwilliam Museum's 'Art Works' programme for young people aged 14-21.

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Easter events for families at The Fitzwilliam Museum

A range of exciting activities and events is on offer for children and families at The Fitzwilliam Museum this Easter, from themed trails around the galleries to hand-on workshops.

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<em>French Tapestry and Illustration</em>: new exhibition at The Fitzwilliam Museum

A new exhibition at The Fitzwilliam Museum unites superb examples of twentieth-century French tapestry with an intriguing selection of works from the personal archive of Francophile, teacher and promoter of the arts Walter Strachan.

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<em>'True and Lively Portraicture'</em>

Seventeenth century portrait prints now on display in the Charrington Print Room

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Loan of Victorian narrative paintings brings new look to Gallery 2

To ring the changes in 2008, the Museum is displaying in Gallery 2 an exceptional loan of Victorian...

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New Director Dr Timothy Potts

The Fitzwilliam Museum has today welcomed Dr Timothy Potts as its new Director. He succeeds Duncan...

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Talk by Dr Bogaletch Gebre to mark the exhibition <em>Ethiopian Encounters</em>

Monday 21 January 2008 | 17.00 - 18.00 Centre of African Studies, Cambridge

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RSS News Feeds now available from The Fitzwilliam Museum

You can now get regular updates from The Fitzwilliam Museum’s website by subscribing to our new RSS...

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Prize-giving ceremony for winners of Egyptian writing competition

On Sunday 25 November, The Fitzwilliam Museum celebrated the winners of an Ancient Egyptian...

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New Podcast from the Fitzwilliam Museum

Director Duncan Robinson introduces From Reason to Revolution: Art and Society in Eighteenth-Century Britain

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