We are delighted to welcome Sujit Sivasundaram, Professor of World History from the University of Cambridge for this talk which will be held in person and also livestreamed from the Museum of Zoology.  

Curator, Anastasia Christophilopoulou talks about the community engagement project and associated artists involved in the Museum’s new exhibition ‘Islanders: The Making of the Mediterranean'.

This talk will also be livestreamed - if you would prefer to join us online, please go to our separate booking page.

Free tickets available on request for students, university staff and companions of guests with disabilities, please email tickets@museums.cam.ac.uk

Join Curator, Anastasia Christophilopoulou, online to learn more about the Museum’s new exhibition and the research project behind it, which began back in 2018. Discover more about the research themes and the overall contribution it has made to its field.

Free tickets available on request for students, university staff and companions of guests with disabilities, please email tickets@museums.cam.ac.uk

Join us for our wellbeing and making workshops at the Polar Museum! Meet and Make at the Museum sessions are all about giving you a supportive and social space to be creative. Making new crafts, making space for yourself, and making new connections. A chance for you to explore working with different materials and learn new skills with others. 

Jane Joseph is a painter and printmaker, whose etchings to accompany Primo Levi's 'If This is a Man' feature in 'Bearing Witness?'. Join this in-conversation talk to find out more about how the commission came about and her practice at large.

Join artist Marcelle Hanselaar to find out more about her practice: namely the fierce and sometimes troubled cohabitation with those raw desires, secret fantasies, uncultivated instincts and our functioning in a civil society.

Get hands-on with engineering, electricity and magnetism with Cambridge Science Centre. 

Discover the fun on the first floor of the Grand Arcade where you can explore interactive exhibits, watch a show and try out different activities. Friendly science communicators will be on hand to help out and answer any questions.

 Ages 7-14 years

Create your very own alien world in a shallow bowl, using a range of different craft materials, such as clay, moss, glass pebbles, sequins and more, then create some quirky clay aliens to live in it.

Ages 5+

Children must be accompanied by an adult

Get hands-on with Raspberry Pi Pico in this fun workshop. With the Pico, a few wires, LEDs and buttons you can start controlling the world!

Ages 11+

Learn how to use an ingenious device called Makey Makey to connect everyday items (like carrots!) to a computer.

This is a lively science and computing based workshop for younger children.  It’s fun and teaches the principles of circuits, resistance and conductivity.

Ages 7+

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