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Imagining India: Greeks, Romans and the End of the Earth opened at the Museum of Classical Archaeology (MoCA) on 26 June. This is the last of three instalments of my diary of the six months leading up to the exhibition opening. Previously: the exhibition concept takes shape and research began; help from colleagues at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and... Read full article
Does the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences have any radioactive gemstones? This was the question we were asked by Kanta Kiyomoto, a Year 8 student at Cambridge International School. Kanta is studying various forms and sources of radiation for his Silver CREST Award and wondered if we could help out with some radioactive gems. Dr Ben Winpenny, our Collections Assistant in Mineralogy and Petrology,... Read full article
Our Front of House Q&A series continues with April Bagwill. April is a Front of House Volunteer at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (MAA). She recently came to Cambridge from Washington D.C. and works as a scientific editor. In her spare time, April enjoys being outdoors and learning new things. How long have you volunteered here? I am new... Read full article
Here at the Museum of Classical Archaeology, we’re always excited when artists find new and creative ways to view our old friends, our plaster casts of Greek and Roman sculpture. So when a new relationship with Cambridge Community Arts did just that, we were over the moon. Cambridge Community Arts (CCA) is a local charity which runs a great programme... Read full article
Nicola Wallis reports on the BRIC Conference, for those involved with early childhood education and care to discuss the promotion of very young children’s democratic engagement in civic society by regular visits to public spaces – including museums. This conference was a culmination of the EU-funded BRIC Project, which has spent the last three years investigating young children, democracy and... Read full article

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