From making your own gin with one of the world’s most innovative distilleries, to trying the best of the Cambridge food scene – here are some uniquely Cambridge experiences to seek out during your stayFind out more
Prof Paul Edwards takes us into the life and work of painter and writer Wyndham Lewis.
The 2024 theme is creative place-making – how the arts and culture make a thriving city
This year, Rare Disease Day is on that rarest of days, 29th February, and to mark the occasion NIHR Cambridge BRC is hosting a free, online session on patient-centred rare disease research. Join us over lunch (with your food!) from 12.30-1.30pm (BST) and find out more about for the journey from genes to mental health, co-designing research with the public and targeting novel therapies for children with neurodisabling disorders. It's a great opportunity to hear about rare disease research and hear from our speakers who will share their unique perspectives, knowledge and experience of rare disease patient-centred research. This will be followed by a panel discussion and Q&As from the audience.
Catherine Angai discusses how to make behavioural science less WEIRD (Western, Educated, Industrialised, Rich, and Democratic).
Join The Wo+Men's Leadership Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School, to celebrate International Women’s Day 2024.
Join eco-artist Kelly Briggs on Saturday 9th March, 10 am -3.30 pm and learn how to make your own ink and begin creating a natural ink recipe book so that you can continue making at home.
This special workshop is held on the Saturday immediately before Mothering Sunday and is an ideal gift for Mother's Day.
Want something to look forward to? Then this is the workshop for you! Spring is arriving and the clocks have just sprung forward. What better way to celebrate than a show stopper of a design for your front door.
In this day workshop, you will learn the basics of lino printing and the skills to get you started so you can print at home with simple tools and materials.
Looking for a general overview of floristry and have no idea what course you really need or want to do? Our popular one day beginners floristry taster is designed to introduce you to floristry with lots of practise during the day.
Join artist Tanvi Kant for a vibrant textiles workshop to rework a variety of fabric remnants. You will learn how to make intricate fabric cords and transform them into tactile jewellery.
Explore pattern in this one-day textile printing workshop with artist, Kate Owens. This workshop is perfect for both complete beginners and anyone who’d like to develop their print practice.
Cambridge University Library is one of the UK’s six legal deposit libraries, which means it receives a copy of every book published in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. It now houses over 8 million books, journals and other items!