We have run an animation masterclass for Curating Cambridge 2014 exploring 5 wonderful venues in Cambridge, the stunning result will be screen on the 26 October at the Kettle’s Yard.
The Young Carers projects have been taking place since 2008. This year the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, the University Zoology Museum, Kettle’s Yard, the Botanic Gardens and the Fitzwilliam Museum will be working together. Past projects have explored artforms including 3D making, poetry, film, time and space and artist books.
Curating Cambridge is the University of Cambridge Museums first collaborative season celebrating the stories, city and objects across Cambridge . Through the programme Curating Cambridge brings together a range of approaches and perspectives from across the city that will engage people in the city with Cambridge’s rich culture and heritage
Centre 33 : Centre 33 is a long-standing charity, supporting young people up to the age of 25 in Cambridgeshire since 1981 through a range of free and confidential services. www.centre33.org.uk/
University of Cambridge Museums : University of Cambridge Museums is a consortium of the eight University Museums, which works in partnership with the Cambridge University Botanic Garden and other Cambridge University collections. The University’s collections are a world-class resource for researchers, students and members of the public representing the country’s highest concentration of internationally important collections, all within walking distance of the City Centre.
Kettle’s Yard: One of Britain’s finest galleries – a beautiful and unique house with a distinctive collection of 20th century art, and a gallery exhibiting contemporary and modern art. kettlesyard.co.uk/
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology : Archaeology and Anthopology are ways of knowing people past and present. The museum houses artefacts made by people across the world and throughout human history maa.cam.ac.uk/maa/
Museum of Zoology : The Museum of Zoology is home to a huge variety of recent and fossil animals. Our collections rival those of the major university museums world-wide, and are used for academic study by researchers within and beyond the University. Displays trace the evolution of animal life, with intricately beautiful shells, a comprehensive collection of British birds, and many large skeletons of mammals. http://www.museum.zoo.cam.ac.uk/
The Fitzwilliam Museum : The Fitzwilliam Museum houses world-class collections of works of art and antiquities spanning centuries and civilisations. http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/
Botanic Gardens :A showcase for over 8000 plant species from around the world, the Garden includes nine national collections, all immaculately displayed amongst the finest arboretum in the region. http://www.botanic.cam.ac.uk/Botanic/Home.aspx