Creative Families – The Next Step

We have been working alongside Romsey Mill Children’s Centre to give young parents and their babies the opportunity to develop a sustained relationship with the Fitzwilliam Museum through a variety of experiences, leading participants to a Creative Families Award. We recently enjoyed another varied and exciting session with our Creative Families! The young parents and babies have attended the museum… Read full article

Madonnas, Miracles and Miniature Visitors

The Madonnas and Miracles exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum provides a multi-sensory insight into daily religious life in the Italian Renaissance. It inspired children under three and their adults to think about all the ways in which we show our love and devotion. Museum educators spend their time finding bridges to connect learners and collection objects. We look for common… Read full article

Dancing in the Museum

Sheltered housing residents come to the Fitzwilliam to test a unique pilot project Facilitators: Ruth Clarke, Fitzwilliam Museum Inclusion Associate and Filipa Pereira-Stubbs, independent dance artist reflect on the experience. I’m safe… comfortable and relaxed… I’ve got a license to move The idea to dance in the museum grew from a simple idea: the conviction that people should be able… Read full article