Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy has invited ten of the best UK poets writing today to take part in an unprecedented series of residencies at the University of Cambridge, supported by Arts Council England.
China’s heritage industry and the politics of the past are just some topics up for discussion in a series of public heritage seminars this term.
The ‘lost photos’ of Captain Scott have gone on display for the first time today.
Rain or shine, the programme of activities for Summer at the Museums continues unabated. With plenty of interesting and fun activities for the whole family across twelve museum and cultural venues around Cambridge and beyond, it’s the best way to avoid the wet summer blues.
The history of humanity, from our earliest ancestors to today’s indigenous people spread across the globe, is being retold as a Cambridge University museum reopens following a £1.8m redevelopment.
The Polar Museum at Cambridge University's Scott Polar Research Institute, has been short listed for the Art Fund Prize 2011 – the £100,000 prize for the ‘Museum of the Year’.