EACH Sibling Days: sharks’ teeth, scribble bots and success

Siblings of children supported by East Anglia Children’s Hospices visited the Fitzwilliam Museum, the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and the Museum of Zoology to explore collections, create art, have fun and take time for themselves. Find out what they got up to… Thanks to support from charity Children and the Arts’ Start Hospice programme, the Fitzwilliam Museum has partnered… Read full article

How the other half live

Ever keen to find out what our colleagues are up to in other museums, five members of the UCM education team travelled to Oxford to meet up with staff from the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. The team at Oxford arranged a packed day where we met not only the education team but also their exhibitions, digital and community… Read full article

Finding our way

Most of us don’t realise the extent to which we rely on wayfinding systems to navigate around urban spaces. At its most effective, orientation signage is something we take for granted – we depend upon it to get us to where we want to go, but rarely give it much thought. However, the new Museum of Zoology, hidden behind the… Read full article

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