Wednesday 30 November 2016
Vol cxlvii No 12
The University offers a large number of lectures, seminars, and other events, many of which are free of charge, to members of the University and others who are interested. Details can be found on individual Faculty, Department, and institution websites, on the What’s On website (http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/whatson/), and on Talks.cam (http://www.talks.cam.ac.uk/).
Brief details of upcoming events are given below.
Being modern at the Fitzwilliam Museum: works by artists who sought to make a new art responding to the modern world; until 26 March 2017, at the Fitzwilliam Museum
Anthea Hamilton reimagines Kettle’s Yard, until 19 March 2017, at the Hepworth Wakefield
In search of new forms: abstract painting, collages, and prints from 1960s to 1980s; until 8 January 2017, at Cambridge University Library
Jesse Wine: sludgy portrait of himself, until 5 February 2017, at the Museum of Cambridge
Reimagining the city: interpretations of Cambridge, in paintings, prints, and drawings; until 8 January 2017, at the Combination Room, Wolfson College
Elisabeth Vellacott: figures in the landscape, until 15 January 2017, at New Hall Art Collection, Murray Edwards College
Portraits of place: paintings, sculptures, collages, and works on paper by leading twentieth and twenty-first century artists who have been inspired to make artworks that respond to places in which they have lived and worked; until 15 January 2017, at Heong Gallery, Downing College