Exploring our icy world from the sky and space 

Enjoy a visit to our new exhibition, which brings together art and science to ask: what do you see when you look at ice from above? 

Words and language are embedded in Howardena Pindell’s artworks, and in works across the collection at Kettle’s Yard.

Join artist Aaran Sian for a half term workshop inspired by Kettle’s Yard and Howardena Pindell: A New Language. In this workshop we will explore how we can use the punk technique of collage to ‘rip’, ‘cut’ and ‘overlay’ an individual response and embed a layered reading into Kettle’s Yard, through your own identity, experiences, thoughts and feelings.

This workshop is for 14 – 17 year olds.

£15, booking required, lunch not included

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Visit the Polar Museum and try out our re-launched interactive Arctic Ice Exhibit. Spin the wheel to discover how Arctic ice cover has changed over the last century. Learn how we sense temperature with one of our self-led activity boxes.

For all ages. Drop-in any time

Part of the Cambridge Zero Festival.

Visit the Polar Museum and try out our re-launched interactive Arctic Ice Exhibit. Spin the wheel to discover how Arctic ice cover has changed over the last century. Learn how we sense temperature with one of our self-led activity boxes.

For all ages. Drop-in any time

Part of the Cambridge Zero Festival.

Join the Polar Museum team for a Touch Tour and explore a range of objects from polar history. The tour will also include some of the objects and sculptures outside on the museum lawn.

Meet at Museum entrance. Guide dogs and companions are welcome. The Tour will last 1 hour.

Join the Polar Museum team for a Touch Tour and explore a range of objects from polar history. The tour will also include some of the objects and sculptures outside on the museum lawn.

Meet at Museum entrance. Guide dogs and companions are welcome. The Tour will last 1 hour.

Why is there a fin whale skeleton in Cambridge? What can we learn from our Dodo skeleton? What did Darwin collect here and on the Voyage of the Beagle, and what can these collections tell us about him and is ideas on evolution? Here these stories and more on a guided tour around the Museum of Zoology.

Suitable for ages 12+

Recommended donation of £5 per person. All proceeds support the work of the Museum.

Flip the idea of the selfie on its head!

What if people could see the true you in all of its brilliance and not just the face you show to the outside world?

Explore and represent yourself and your feelings during lockdown using colour, texture and form, creating a time-capsule memory with our fabulous and fun art workshop!

In this workshop, we will be connecting motors and sensors to an Arduino and create the very basics of a roaming robot.  Can you program it to navigate the room cleverly?

Ages 12+; ideal for children at KS3 and KS4 levels

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