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Dinky Doors: new secret portal installed in saintly location

Dinky Doors: new secret portal installed in saintly location

Dinky Doors: new secret portal installed in saintly location

An anonymous art collective has hidden another secret fairy door in Cambridge

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The poster boys of art

The poster boys of art

The poster boys of art

The Brothers Beggarstaff: Huge hand-painted posters by ground-breaking artists to be seen for the first time in decades at the Fitzwilliam Museum


Gallery of brilliant images from Cambridge Camera Club's annual exhibition

Gallery of brilliant images from Cambridge Camera Club's annual exhibition

Gallery of brilliant images from Cambridge Camera Club's annual exhibition

More than 400 photographers are going on display


Handling human skulls made me face my own mortality

Handling human skulls made me face my own mortality

Handling human skulls made me face my own mortality

An art show about death where visitors can handle human skulls is taking place at the city crematorium


Popular LGBTQ+ tours return to museums

Popular LGBTQ+ tours return to museums

Popular LGBTQ+ tours return to museums

After a sell-out trial run, Cambridge University museums have released more tickets for their LGBTQ+ tours


Cambridgeshire village to set the art of jelly making in stone

Cambridgeshire village to set the art of jelly making in stone

Cambridgeshire village to set the art of jelly making in stone

Jelly has managed to wobble its way into the centre of Theories of Home, a public art project based in Histon and Impington


Students at Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts create fantastic beasts

Students at Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts create fantastic beasts

Students at Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts create fantastic beasts

Students with a passion for recycling and sustainability have been using papier mâché for their latest contemporary creations.


500-year-old art mystery solved at St John's College

500-year-old art mystery solved at St John's College

500-year-old art mystery solved at St John's College

Importance of work by Dutch artist Meynnart Wewyck can now be appreciated


Cows about Cambridge art project escalates

Cows about Cambridge art project escalates

Cows about Cambridge art project escalates

Lion Yard in the city became a temporary cow shed recently as an extraordinary art project was launched


Winners announced for Cambridge Rotary Club young people's photographic competition

Winners announced for Cambridge Rotary Club young people's photographic competition

Winners announced for Cambridge Rotary Club young people's photographic competition

Supported by the Cambridge Independent, this nationwide competition was held in Cambridge for the first time this year


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