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"Useful Art" is prized once again

John Eifion Jones discovers how an idealistic group of Cambridge friends are changing the world by design.

New exhibition at the Archives Centre — We Must Save the Children: Cambridge & the Kindertransport

A free exhibition to mark Holocaust Memorial Day, Churchill College, Monday 25 – Friday 29 January, 9am  to 5pm.   .

Churchillians win the 2015 Turner Prize

Churchillians Angus Goodwin & Joe Halligan have made history as members of the first collective to win the ‪‎Turner Prize‬. Working across the fields of art, design and architecture, Assemble creates projects in tandem with the communities who use and inhabit them.

From the Collection: Two Circular Forms No. 1 Opus 48 (1961) by Robert Adams

Two Circular Forms No. 1 Opus 48 (1961) by the British sculptor Robert Adams, currently on the Fellows’ lawn, is a work that was conceived through a life-long fascination with geometric composition, simplicity and the diminution of decoration in art.

Churchill's scientists

What you can see at the Churchill's Scientists exhibition

Opening of the Churchill and de Gaulle Exhibition

Opening of the Churchill and Charles de Gaulle exhibition, Paris

Enlightened Perspectives: An Exhibition working through Science and Art

Curated by Churchill students, Enlightened Perspectives is an exhibition that explores the relationship between science and art.

From the Collection: The Now by Nigel Hall RA

Barry Phipps, Curator of Works of Art introduces the newest addition to our sculpture collection, revealing how sophisticated geometry is used to articulate space and time.