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Cobalt Blue Agate Geode. Jarman, Angela (British, b. 1971). Lead crystal, cast and polished, with mixed blue murrini insert. Height, whole, 12.5 cm, diameter, 20 cm, 2017. Acquisition Credit: Given by Nicholas and Judith Goodison through The Art Fund.

OF THE EARTH: Contemporary Ceramics and Glass from The Fitzwilliam Museum

Since the early twentieth century, studio ceramics and glass have enjoyed great popularity in Britain. This exhibition showcases some of the most interesting work being produced in Britain today.

Open Cambridge 2021

Fri 10 September - Sun 19 September

Online and locations in Cambridge

Open Cambridge, which is supported by the Cambridge BID, takes place from 10th – 19th September. This year, the event has extended its usual run of three days to 10 days of tours, walks, films, talks and a host of activities that bring together local people and visitors to celebrate the unique heritage, culture and community of Cambridge.

With local stories at its heart, everyone will have the opportunity to see hidden places and try out new experiences that bring to life this unique city. Over the 10 days, the public will be able to access places that are normally closed to the public or charge admission, as well as other community events which is a free event as part of the national Heritage Open Days scheme.

For more information about Open Cambridge visit the website.

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Cost: Free

Enquiries and booking

Booking is optional.



Live Stream Available on Demand In person

9:00am daily from Friday 10 September until Sunday 19 September

All times

Fri 10 September 9:00AM
Sat 11 September 9:00AM
Sun 12 September 9:00AM
Mon 13 September 9:00AM
Tue 14 September 9:00AM
Wed 15 September 9:00AM
Thu 16 September 9:00AM
Fri 17 September 9:00AM
Sat 18 September 9:00AM
Sun 19 September 9:00AM


Please note: the venue is to be confirmed

Address: Online and locations in Cambridge