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Alina Kozlovski is a member of the team of graduate student invigilators who help staff the front desk at the Museum of Classical Archaeology. When she’s not in the Museum, Alina is working on a PhD in Roman archaeology. She answered this Q&A from an archaeological dig in Marzuolo, Italy (“Who knew wattle and daub was so interesting?!”). How long... Read full article
Working with young people, the Fitzwilliam Museum has created a set of self-led teen specific art guides which will launch this summer. Long summer holidays can offer young people the chance to get out and see new things or revisit those favourite places. The Fitzwilliam Museum is launching a new set of 4 art guides for young people to visit... Read full article
Imagining India: Greeks, Romans and the End of the Earth opened at the Museum of Classical Archaeology on 26 June. This is the first of three instalments of my diary of the six months leading up to the exhibition opening. The Museum of Classical Archaeology (MOCA) often hosts temporary exhibitions in our Cast Gallery, but Imagining India was the first... Read full article
Our India Unboxed film series continues with the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences‘ puzzling story of the fiery meteorites which were cold to the touch. 157 years ago the people of Dharamsala in Northwest India watched as three meteorites streaked across the sky and crashed into the ground nearby. Despite witnessing nine-foot flames trailing behind the meteorites, the brave locals... Read full article
The University of Cambridge Museums offer work experience placements for school-aged participants, providing the opportunity to spend a week learning new skills and developing their self-confidence, timekeeping and communication. During their placement work experience students spend half their time at the Fitzwilliam Museum and half their time at one of the other collections in Cambridge – this week it was the Whipple... Read full article

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