The University of Cambridge Museums cultural festival - Curating Cambridge: our city, our stories, our stuff is now open until 23 November. This city wide celebration is an exciting mix of exhibitions, events, workshops, performances, talks, trails and hands on fun. To curate is to select, to organise and to care for objects but what does it mean to you? Displaying sea shells collected on holiday on a window sill? Developing a blockbuster art exhibition? Planting a riot of colourful flowers in the garden? Programming a season of theatre performances? Commissioning art for public spaces?
Join us on a journey of exploration into the culture, community, passion, diversity, vision and individuality that makes Cambridge what it is.
Curating Cambridge events at the Fitzwilliam: Silent Partners exhibition (until 25 January 2015)
Meet the sculptor - lunchtime talk (22 October)
Curating Gardens - evening talk (23 October)
Looking at artificial Others: Mannequins with x-ray vision - evening talk (28 October)
Curious Collections: University of Cambridge Museums family day (29 October)
Black History Month trail: Science and racism in the 19th century (1 - 31 October)
Ideas of perfection - writing workshop for adults (October & November) Recital of Italian harpsichord music from the Fitzwilliam’s collection (14 November)
Screening of Metropolis with live piano accompaniment (17 November)
For details of other events across the City please visit the Curating Cambridge website.
Curating Cambridge is presented by the University of Cambridge Museums with the Festival of Ideas, cultural partners and community organisations.