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Events open to the public from the University of Cambridge

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Thu 16 January 9:00AM - 7:00PM

Beating Time: A Conversation Between Painting and Poetry

An exhibition by Sandra Becarelli, Miranda Boulton, Alison Critchlow and Una d'Aragona

10:00AM - 4:00PM

24 Portraits: Recovering and Reimagining Women's Labour

An exhibition by Emma Copley exploring the the representation of women who work in Pathology. Part of The Rising Tide programme.

10:00AM - 4:00PM

Walking on Thin Ice Cancelled

This event has been cancelled.

10:00AM - 5:00PM

FEAST & FAST: The art of food in Europe, 1500 –1800 Cancelled

This event has been cancelled.

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Inspire Cancelled

This event has been cancelled.

10:00AM - 5:00PM

Highlight Rembrandt and the Nude

Rembrandt made etchings of female nudes during two distinct periods of his career: in the 1630s, and another two decades later. This exhibition draws attention to the beauty and power of Rembrandt’s treatment of the female form, despite attacks received from critics of the time.

10:00AM - 6:00PM

Highlight Creative Connections: Portraits of Women Scientists and Artists

An exhibition of photographic portraits of female scientists and artists.

12:00PM - 5:00PM

Highlight BARBARA HEPWORTH: DIVIDED CIRCLE

BARBARA HEPWORTH: DIVIDED CIRCLE brings together rarely Seen works from major private collections and works housed at public galleries such as Abbot Hall Art Gallery (Kendal), The Courtauld Gallery (London), The Hepworth Wakefield, The Lightbox (Woking), and Walker Art Gallery (Liverpool).

5:00PM - 6:00PM

"Lock up your libraries?": Women readers of Cambridge University Library, 1869-1923

Join Dr Jill Whitelock for a talk which examines the admission of women readers to the University Library. Part of The Rising Tide programme.

6:45PM - 8:30PM

Cambridge Natural History Society talk - Chalk streams in Cambridgeshire

Ruth Hawksley of The Wildlife Trusts will explain why chalk streams are special, the threats to their health and how to manage them to ensure this important habitat and its inhabitants thrive.