An interview with street artist RUN

Italian-born street artist Giacomo Bufarini, known as RUN, has created two bold and colourful wall murals for The Human Touch exhibition. One of the murals can be found in the Fitzwilliam Museum while the other is situated at Parkside Pool in Cambridge. Find out more about RUN and his inspiration behind his murals, and how he explores the theme of touch…. Read full article

Conserving Medusa

Plaster casts aren’t just small objects which sit in tidy museum storage drawers. Oh no. Here at Museum of Classical Archaeology (MOCA), we have some pretty big plaster casts – and some of them are hung up really quite high on the walls. So what happens when we need to access them for essential conservation work? Read on to find… Read full article

Powerful, Provocative & Profound: Sensual/Virtual Sculpture at The Fitz

As a curator, I want to make visitors stop in their tracks, look, think, and engage. I want to confront, critique, and challenge. High ideals for sure but great art is powerful, provocative and profound, and has the ability, especially when mediated through careful curation, to transcend and transform. Sensual/Virtual: Two Coloured Sculptures juxtaposes two masterpieces of carved and painted… Read full article