Carolyn outlines the not-often-discussed histories of 16th to 19th-century wigs and wig-curlers.
Find out about some of the auspicious figures associated with Cambridge’s Regent Street in this latest addition to the Capturing Cambridge blog series.
The Chair of our Board, Lucy Walker, explores the concept of ‘things’, and their significance to both museums and the ways we think about the world more generally.
Florencia Nannetti shares the process behind the ReStorying OUR Museum project, from concept to conclusion.
Ginevra, a Project Volunteer in the Decolonising Team tells us about her experiences with the ReStorying OUR Museum project.
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Collections volunteer John shares the personal story behing the Museum’s most recent exhibition.
Find out about the thought behind some of the conclusions of the ReStorying project and its approach to decolonisation through the eyes of volunteer Kirsten.
As the Museum opens up again, Roger Lilley tells us about the ‘opening’ of some of Cambridge’s most iconic historical businesses.
Operations Manager Maddie Cox shares her excitement at the reopening of the Museum, and how closures have affected her time in Cambridge.