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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.

Marvellous Transformations new media exhibition opens

An exhibition of 3D digital artwork, video, physical sculpture and wall panels by Marianne Selsjord (1955–2014), inspired by the work of Maria Sybilla Merian, artist and naturalist (1647–1717).

From the Collection: Sitting Figure 1959 by Lynn Chadwick

In this new series — Barry Phipps, Curator of Works of Art at Churchill College explores artists and artworks from the College's collection.

Special archive display celebrates 50 years since the opening of Churchill College

Churchill College is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its official opening with a special display featuring materials from the College archive, which will be open to the public from 20–27 June & 3–7 July in the JCR.

Aubrey Williams and the Sky: Light and Colour in the Universe Exhibition

An exhibition celebrating the relationship between Aubrey William's work and the heavens; an extension of the "Symposium on Aubrey Williams: Painting and Writing in the Caribbean" held in the Faculty of English on 26 April 2014.

Enlightened Perspectives: An Exhibition Working through Science and Art

In Cambridge we are used to seeing Science and Art as separate — in fact, there are many significant and interesting overlaps. They are, as Albert Einstein said, ‘branches of the same tree’. Neither would exist without the other. The underlying aim of this exhibition has been to find common ground.

March screenings of In Transit a film by Heidi C. Morsang

In Transit  is about the repatriation of Norwegian volunteers with the German SS forces during the Second World War.