Looking for stories and knowledge inspired by the University of Cambridge collections? Much of it happens in parts of the world wide web you (possibly) rarely visit. That's why we've gathered some of it here. This page is regularly updated with new magical items of content.
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For Museum Remix: Unheard, Sade Ojelade and Eleanor Wilkinson answer your questions about their chosen objects live on YouTube
Objects from the University of Cambridge Museums as you've never seen them before...
Objects from across the University of Cambridge Museums as you've never heard them before...
An online exhibition exploring archaeological practice today, with original artwork by Zofia Guertin and Sofia Greaves.
Enjoy a tour of the Sedgwick Museum's new Collections Research Centre.
Enjoy an online exhibition featuring five colour lithographs and one etching by New Zealand artist Marian Maguire, who imagines how the passing millennia might have affected the traditional roles of the ancient Greek goddesses.
Early in lockdown, the Getty Museum challenged social media users to recreate artworks from its collection using household objects.
Charlotte Connelly, Curator at The Polar Museum, tells us about some atmospheric ink drawings and scrimshaw created by whalers voyaging in the Arctic.
Take a look at the Sedgwick Museum archive from a different narrative.
Mathelinda Nabugodi investigates the impact of colonialism and the slave trade on Romantic poets.