University of Cambridge Art and Visual Culture Summer Programme
The programme offers a multidisciplinary approach encompassing art, architecture, sculpture and film, and draws on the magnificent collections across the University of Cambridge. The programme is aimed at undergraduates, graduates, teachers and those with a passion for art and visual culture.
The programme combines a series of plenary lectures delivered by eminent speakers such as Jeremy Musson FSA, Dr Susanna Avery-Quash and Catharine MacLeod; with weekly seminars covering topics including: Early women patrons, William Morris and the Arts and Crafts Movement, Museums and meaning and the Restoration of paintings. Participants will also get the opportunity to visit galleries and museums in Cambridge enabling them to enjoy the rich diversity of collections held across the city.
To add to the experience, participants can stay in a historic Cambridge College and take part in a number of social activities arranged by the University. Weekend excursions to local historic attractions including castles, cathedrals and stately homes and also available.
To find out more about the programme, accommodation options and fees see here