Digital Maker in Residence: Update

The University of Cambridge Museums’ Digital Maker Residency aims to inspire staff, teachers, parents and young people to become digital makers and to explore ways to integrate digital making into the museum experience. The programme investigates how digital technologies can come together with traditional processes to create new ideas and experiences and how we can support and empower young people… Read full article

King’s Hedges Trailblazers: A Partnership Project

King’s Hedges Educational Federation and the Fitzwilliam Museum have been developing a strategic partnership for a number of years.  In Summer 2017, the whole school took part in museum visits linked to different themes they were studying at school.  Each class contributed to the creation of a new Fitz Families Trail around the museum to encourage children to return to… Read full article

Introducing our Digital Maker in Residence: Katy Marshall

The University of Cambridge Museums are excited to host Katy Marshall, our first Digital Maker in Residence, from January to March 2018. Digital making involves ‘learning about technology through making with it’, bringing together art and technology while providing tools to allow anyone to become active creators. With this residency, we would like to inspire staff, teachers, parents and young… Read full article

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