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Your search for events matching museum between Sun 14th February and Sun 21st February returned 28 entries. Showing all results.

Today 12:00PM - 5:00PM

Celebrating the First 200 Years: The Fitzwilliam Museum 1816 - 2016

Running throughout 2016, this exhibition will explore the Fitzwilliam’s past, present and future.

5:30PM

e-Luminate Cambridge Festival

See a spectacular projection on the Fitz from 17.30 as part of the fourth Cambridge festival of light celebrations.

Mon 15 February 9:00AM - 7:00PM

Force Majeure - an exhibition by Mella Shaw

Exhibition of ceramic sculptures by artist Mella Shaw

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Cutting the curve: crafting the classical body

An exhibition of cut-paper collages by Vanessa Stone.

5:30PM

e-Luminate Cambridge Festival

See a spectacular projection on the Fitz from 17.30 as part of the fourth Cambridge festival of light celebrations.

Tue 16 February 9:00AM - 7:00PM

Force Majeure - an exhibition by Mella Shaw

Exhibition of ceramic sculptures by artist Mella Shaw

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Celebrating the First 200 Years: The Fitzwilliam Museum 1816 - 2016

Running throughout 2016, this exhibition will explore the Fitzwilliam’s past, present and future.

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Cutting the curve: crafting the classical body

An exhibition of cut-paper collages by Vanessa Stone.

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Ronald Searle: Obsessed with drawing

Born in Cambridge, Ronald Searle is best known as the inventor of the fictional girls’ school St. Trinian’s (1948) and for his collaborations on Geoffrey Willans’ Molesworth series (1953-58). This exhibition shows the diversity of his art, from working as a war artist, to making drawings for book and magazine illustration, travel reportage, theatre, film, medals and political caricature.

5:30PM

e-Luminate Cambridge Festival

See a spectacular projection on the Fitz from 17.30 as part of the fourth Cambridge festival of light celebrations.

Wed 17 February 9:00AM - 7:00PM

Force Majeure - an exhibition by Mella Shaw

Exhibition of ceramic sculptures by artist Mella Shaw

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Celebrating the First 200 Years: The Fitzwilliam Museum 1816 - 2016

Running throughout 2016, this exhibition will explore the Fitzwilliam’s past, present and future.

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Cutting the curve: crafting the classical body

An exhibition of cut-paper collages by Vanessa Stone.

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Ronald Searle: Obsessed with drawing

Born in Cambridge, Ronald Searle is best known as the inventor of the fictional girls’ school St. Trinian’s (1948) and for his collaborations on Geoffrey Willans’ Molesworth series (1953-58). This exhibition shows the diversity of his art, from working as a war artist, to making drawings for book and magazine illustration, travel reportage, theatre, film, medals and political caricature.

4:30PM - 8:30PM

Twilight at the Museums

The Fitzwilliam Museum will be teaming up with Kettle’s Yard for this year’s Twilight at the Museums.

5:30PM

e-Luminate Cambridge Festival

See a spectacular projection on the Fitz from 17.30 as part of the fourth Cambridge festival of light celebrations.

Thu 18 February 9:00AM - 7:00PM

Force Majeure - an exhibition by Mella Shaw

Exhibition of ceramic sculptures by artist Mella Shaw

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Celebrating the First 200 Years: The Fitzwilliam Museum 1816 - 2016

Running throughout 2016, this exhibition will explore the Fitzwilliam’s past, present and future.

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Cutting the curve: crafting the classical body

An exhibition of cut-paper collages by Vanessa Stone.

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Ronald Searle: Obsessed with drawing

Born in Cambridge, Ronald Searle is best known as the inventor of the fictional girls’ school St. Trinian’s (1948) and for his collaborations on Geoffrey Willans’ Molesworth series (1953-58). This exhibition shows the diversity of his art, from working as a war artist, to making drawings for book and magazine illustration, travel reportage, theatre, film, medals and political caricature.

Fri 19 February 9:00AM - 7:00PM

Force Majeure - an exhibition by Mella Shaw

Exhibition of ceramic sculptures by artist Mella Shaw

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Celebrating the First 200 Years: The Fitzwilliam Museum 1816 - 2016

Running throughout 2016, this exhibition will explore the Fitzwilliam’s past, present and future.

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Cutting the curve: crafting the classical body

An exhibition of cut-paper collages by Vanessa Stone.

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Ronald Searle: Obsessed with drawing

Born in Cambridge, Ronald Searle is best known as the inventor of the fictional girls’ school St. Trinian’s (1948) and for his collaborations on Geoffrey Willans’ Molesworth series (1953-58). This exhibition shows the diversity of his art, from working as a war artist, to making drawings for book and magazine illustration, travel reportage, theatre, film, medals and political caricature.

Sat 20 February 10:00AM - 1:00PM

Cutting the curve: crafting the classical body

An exhibition of cut-paper collages by Vanessa Stone.

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Celebrating the First 200 Years: The Fitzwilliam Museum 1816 - 2016

Running throughout 2016, this exhibition will explore the Fitzwilliam’s past, present and future.

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Ronald Searle: Obsessed with drawing

Born in Cambridge, Ronald Searle is best known as the inventor of the fictional girls’ school St. Trinian’s (1948) and for his collaborations on Geoffrey Willans’ Molesworth series (1953-58). This exhibition shows the diversity of his art, from working as a war artist, to making drawings for book and magazine illustration, travel reportage, theatre, film, medals and political caricature.

Sun 21 February 12:00PM - 5:00PM

Celebrating the First 200 Years: The Fitzwilliam Museum 1816 - 2016

Running throughout 2016, this exhibition will explore the Fitzwilliam’s past, present and future.