Speaker: Amanda Game, freelance curator in the field of contemporary applied art. From 1986 to 2007 she was Director, Crafts at the Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh. Her book Contemporary British Craft: the Goodison Gift to the Fitzwilliam Museum was published in 2016. She will discuss amazing objects, such as a medieval jug; an Antwerp altarpiece; a Ghanaian gold weight; and a Picasso drawing: how do temporary exhibitions, permanent collection displays, curatorial scholarship and artist perception work together to foster enjoyment and animate the qualities of these very different objects? (Cambridge Winter Lectures Series, no. 4)


This event has been organised by the Cambridgeshire Fundraising Committee Volunteer Fundraising Committee to help raise money for the Art Fund.

McCrum Theatre

Benet Street (through the arch by the Eagle Pub), Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, Cambridge, CB2 3QN

Entry details

£15 (or £50 for all four lectures)

To book, please contact Jean Calhoun on cambridgeshire@artfund.org.uk and write FAO Jean in the subject line (or purchase at the door) or call 01223 300887



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