RA250 at the Fitz: Antony Gormley

Antony Gormley is one of 7 Royal Academicians, who have connections with Cambridge, taking part in RA250 at the Fitz. We asked each to pick a work in our collection that has inspired them and tell us why. Antony chose Man with a broken nose, by Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), on display in Gallery 5: Here, Gormley explains why he chose… Read full article

Kettle’s Yard at Tate Exchange, London

Kettle’s Yard is proud to be a Founding Associate of Tate Exchange, a place for conversation and experimentation in the Switch House, Tate Modern. For two days in March, Kettle’s Yard was delighted to be playing host at Tate Modern. Responding to the theme of ‘Exchange’, we were excited to share our experiences of our Open House community programme. We headed… Read full article

Curiosities at the Bedside

Ruth Clark reflects on a new partnership between the University of Cambridge Museums and the Addenbrooke’s Hospital Dialysis Unit. Starting in May 2017, two days a month the University of Cambridge Museums (UCM) have been going to the Addenbrooke’s Hospital Dialysis Unit with curious, historic, fascinating and sometimes just beautiful things from their collections. Moving around the wards, from bedside… Read full article

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