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Mon 13 September 12:00AM - 11:59PM

Online Exhibition: Global Conversations

An online art exhibition created for the 20th anniversary of the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH).

12:01AM - 11:59PM

The Travels of the Arctic

The 'Travels of the Artic' online exhibition has been curated by Dr Anna Gielas (University of Cambridge) for the Centre of Global Knowledge Studies (gloknos).

9:00AM

Pick of the month Open Cambridge 2021

Cambridge’s much-loved festival of history and culture, Open Cambridge, returns this September with an extended programme of free live and digital events for everyone to enjoy.

10:00AM - 6:00PM

Highlight Maud Sulter: The Centre of the Frame

The exhibition brings together Maud Sulter’s iconic photographic series Zabat (1989), which features portraits of contemporary Black female figures dressed as the Greek Muses.

11:00AM - 5:00PM

UNTITLED: Art on the conditions of our time

Kettle’s Yard is pleased to present Untitled: art on the conditions of our time. This exhibition brings together work by 10 British African diaspora artists with a focus on how their innovative practices ask important questions about some of the most important cultural and political issues of our turbulent times.

6:15PM - 7:45PM

Iyengar Yoga Class

Small class with experienced teacher Robert Ashman.

Tue 14 September 12:00AM - 11:59PM

Online Exhibition: Global Conversations

An online art exhibition created for the 20th anniversary of the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH).

12:01AM - 11:59PM

The Travels of the Arctic

The 'Travels of the Artic' online exhibition has been curated by Dr Anna Gielas (University of Cambridge) for the Centre of Global Knowledge Studies (gloknos).

9:00AM

Pick of the month Open Cambridge 2021

Cambridge’s much-loved festival of history and culture, Open Cambridge, returns this September with an extended programme of free live and digital events for everyone to enjoy.

10:00AM - 6:00PM

Highlight Maud Sulter: The Centre of the Frame

The exhibition brings together Maud Sulter’s iconic photographic series Zabat (1989), which features portraits of contemporary Black female figures dressed as the Greek Muses.

11:00AM - 5:00PM

UNTITLED: Art on the conditions of our time

Kettle’s Yard is pleased to present Untitled: art on the conditions of our time. This exhibition brings together work by 10 British African diaspora artists with a focus on how their innovative practices ask important questions about some of the most important cultural and political issues of our turbulent times.

7:15PM - 8:15PM

University social club swimming Cancelled

This event has been cancelled. Lane swimming available every Tuesday for University and non-University individuals

Wed 15 September 12:00AM - 11:59PM

Online Exhibition: Global Conversations

An online art exhibition created for the 20th anniversary of the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH).

12:01AM - 11:59PM

The Travels of the Arctic

The 'Travels of the Artic' online exhibition has been curated by Dr Anna Gielas (University of Cambridge) for the Centre of Global Knowledge Studies (gloknos).

9:00AM

Pick of the month Open Cambridge 2021

Cambridge’s much-loved festival of history and culture, Open Cambridge, returns this September with an extended programme of free live and digital events for everyone to enjoy.

10:00AM - 11:00AM

Getting involved in health research at NIHR Cambridge BRC

Find out more about health research at NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre and how you can get involved in our research.

10:00AM - 6:00PM

Highlight Maud Sulter: The Centre of the Frame

The exhibition brings together Maud Sulter’s iconic photographic series Zabat (1989), which features portraits of contemporary Black female figures dressed as the Greek Muses.

11:00AM - 5:00PM

UNTITLED: Art on the conditions of our time

Kettle’s Yard is pleased to present Untitled: art on the conditions of our time. This exhibition brings together work by 10 British African diaspora artists with a focus on how their innovative practices ask important questions about some of the most important cultural and political issues of our turbulent times.

12:00PM - 5:00PM

Highlight 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.

4:00PM - 5:30PM on Thu 16 September

Making It Brain: A Neuroscience Research and Career Mini-Conference for (16+) Students

An insight into the day-to-day working lives of academic scientists and clinicians in the UK Dementia Research Institute, including from the University of Cambridge!

6:00PM - 7:00PM

#LivefromLucy: 'Romanticism's Small Ethics' with Dr Alexander Freer

Join us for this fascinating virtual talk in which Lucy's Director of Studies in English Part I, Dr Alexander Freer, discusses ethical thought in British Romantic period writers. This talk is also part of Lucy Cavendish's Anna Bidder Series.

6:00PM - 7:15PM

Online In Conversation: Harold Offeh and Karen Alexander

Join Untitled artist Harold Offeh who will be discussing his new film Down at the Twilight Zone with independent curator, writer and researcher Karen Alexander in this online in conversation. The film is available to watch on our website for the duration of the exhibition.

6:00PM - 7:30PM

Hinxton Hall: Hidden Heritage and Home Grown Veg

Talk 1 of 3, part of the The Hinxton Hall Estate: Georgians, Jet Engines, and Genes programme series

Thu 16 September 12:00AM - 11:59PM

Online Exhibition: Global Conversations

An online art exhibition created for the 20th anniversary of the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH).

12:01AM - 11:59PM

The Travels of the Arctic

The 'Travels of the Artic' online exhibition has been curated by Dr Anna Gielas (University of Cambridge) for the Centre of Global Knowledge Studies (gloknos).

9:00AM

Pick of the month Open Cambridge 2021

Cambridge’s much-loved festival of history and culture, Open Cambridge, returns this September with an extended programme of free live and digital events for everyone to enjoy.

10:00AM - 1:00PM

ONLINE COURSE Small garden design in three half days: 2, 9, 16 Sept

A fun and relaxed course over three morning sessions to help you design or re-think your own garden

10:00AM - 6:00PM

Highlight Maud Sulter: The Centre of the Frame

The exhibition brings together Maud Sulter’s iconic photographic series Zabat (1989), which features portraits of contemporary Black female figures dressed as the Greek Muses.

11:00AM - 5:00PM

UNTITLED: Art on the conditions of our time

Kettle’s Yard is pleased to present Untitled: art on the conditions of our time. This exhibition brings together work by 10 British African diaspora artists with a focus on how their innovative practices ask important questions about some of the most important cultural and political issues of our turbulent times.

12:00PM - 5:00PM

Highlight 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.

6:00PM - 7:30PM

Sex and the City: Cambridge Women, Town and Gown

A guided tour through the lovely centre of Cambridge which explores the inspiring, shocking and delightful stories of its women. From poets to bedders, from scientists to social reformers - get to know some of these amazing hidden figures.

6:30PM - 8:30PM

ONLINE COURSE Drawing botanicals – from observation to imagination

Join artist and illustrator Karin Eklund on this five part evening course exploring fun and joyful ways of drawing plants and nature

Fri 17 September 12:00AM - 11:59PM

Online Exhibition: Global Conversations

An online art exhibition created for the 20th anniversary of the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH).

12:01AM - 11:59PM

The Travels of the Arctic

The 'Travels of the Artic' online exhibition has been curated by Dr Anna Gielas (University of Cambridge) for the Centre of Global Knowledge Studies (gloknos).

9:00AM

Pick of the month Open Cambridge 2021

Cambridge’s much-loved festival of history and culture, Open Cambridge, returns this September with an extended programme of free live and digital events for everyone to enjoy.

10:00AM - 1:00PM

ONLINE COURSE Consider the lily: lilies in history, art and culture

Spend a morning exploring the lily in paintings, proverbs and poetry, in literature and gardens

10:00AM - 5:00PM

The Regions, Economy and Society in the Post-Covid World

The eighth conference hosted by the Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society will take place on 17 September 2021, on the theme “Regions Economy and Society in the Post Covid World”. This will be a free one day online conference.

10:00AM - 6:00PM

Highlight Maud Sulter: The Centre of the Frame

The exhibition brings together Maud Sulter’s iconic photographic series Zabat (1989), which features portraits of contemporary Black female figures dressed as the Greek Muses.

11:00AM - 5:00PM

UNTITLED: Art on the conditions of our time

Kettle’s Yard is pleased to present Untitled: art on the conditions of our time. This exhibition brings together work by 10 British African diaspora artists with a focus on how their innovative practices ask important questions about some of the most important cultural and political issues of our turbulent times.

12:00PM - 5:00PM

Highlight 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.

5:30PM - 7:00PM

Lies, Spies and Double-Dealing: A Cambridge Spy Tour

A walking tour which unmasks the long tradition of Cambridge spying, from the earliest days of the university to recent times; from Christopher Marlowe to James Blunt, via James Bond. The tour will be led by Green Badge Guides.

7:00PM - 8:00PM

Highlight Haunted Cambridge walking ghost tour 2021

A spooky evening walk with The Institute of Tourist Guiding ghost guides.

Sat 18 September 12:00AM - 11:59PM

Online Exhibition: Global Conversations

An online art exhibition created for the 20th anniversary of the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH).

12:01AM - 11:59PM

The Travels of the Arctic

The 'Travels of the Artic' online exhibition has been curated by Dr Anna Gielas (University of Cambridge) for the Centre of Global Knowledge Studies (gloknos).

9:00AM

Pick of the month Open Cambridge 2021

Cambridge’s much-loved festival of history and culture, Open Cambridge, returns this September with an extended programme of free live and digital events for everyone to enjoy.

10:00AM - 6:00PM

Highlight Maud Sulter: The Centre of the Frame

The exhibition brings together Maud Sulter’s iconic photographic series Zabat (1989), which features portraits of contemporary Black female figures dressed as the Greek Muses.

11:00AM - 5:00PM

UNTITLED: Art on the conditions of our time

Kettle’s Yard is pleased to present Untitled: art on the conditions of our time. This exhibition brings together work by 10 British African diaspora artists with a focus on how their innovative practices ask important questions about some of the most important cultural and political issues of our turbulent times.

12:00PM - 5:00PM

Highlight 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.

7:00PM - 8:00PM

Highlight Haunted Cambridge walking ghost tour 2021

A spooky evening walk with The Institute of Tourist Guiding ghost guides.

Sun 19 September 12:00AM - 11:59PM

Online Exhibition: Global Conversations

An online art exhibition created for the 20th anniversary of the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH).

12:01AM - 11:59PM

The Travels of the Arctic

The 'Travels of the Artic' online exhibition has been curated by Dr Anna Gielas (University of Cambridge) for the Centre of Global Knowledge Studies (gloknos).

9:00AM

Pick of the month Open Cambridge 2021

Cambridge’s much-loved festival of history and culture, Open Cambridge, returns this September with an extended programme of free live and digital events for everyone to enjoy.

10:00AM - 6:00PM

Highlight Maud Sulter: The Centre of the Frame

The exhibition brings together Maud Sulter’s iconic photographic series Zabat (1989), which features portraits of contemporary Black female figures dressed as the Greek Muses.

11:00AM - 5:00PM

UNTITLED: Art on the conditions of our time

Kettle’s Yard is pleased to present Untitled: art on the conditions of our time. This exhibition brings together work by 10 British African diaspora artists with a focus on how their innovative practices ask important questions about some of the most important cultural and political issues of our turbulent times.

11:30AM - 1:00PM

Lies, Spies and Double-Dealing: A Cambridge Spy Tour

A walking tour which unmasks the long tradition of Cambridge spying, from the earliest days of the university to recent times; from Christopher Marlowe to James Blunt, via James Bond. The tour will be led by Green Badge Guides.

12:00PM - 5:00PM

Highlight 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.

2:30PM - 4:00PM

Sex and the City: Cambridge Women, Town and Gown

A guided tour through the lovely centre of Cambridge which explores the inspiring, shocking and delightful stories of its women. From poets to bedders, from scientists to social reformers - get to know some of these amazing hidden figures.