News, events & podcast Cambridge University Museum Tours Book now for the following tours and workshop for people living with low vision and blindness: Evolving Patterns Tuesday 21 May, 2pm - 3.30pm. Free. Museum of Zoology, meet at museum entrance. Explore connections between art and science through an audio descriptive tour of the evolution of patterns found in nature, based on artworks from the temporary exhibition Evolution as Inspiration. Feast & Fast exhibition brainstorm Tuesday 11 June, 2pm – 3.30pm. Free. Fitzwilliam Museum, meet in Courtyard entrance. Go behind the scenes with Dr Victoria Avery, curator of the upcoming food-themed exhibition Feast & Fast. Handle objects that will be included in the show and assist with co-curation by sharing your thoughts and ideas! Coins and medals of the Tudors and Stuarts Tuesday 18 June, 2pm – 3.30pm. Free. Fitzwilliam Museum, meet in Courtyard entrance. Join Dr Richard Kelleher, Assistant Keeper of Coins & Medals, for a behind the scenes handling session of some of our wonderful coins and medals from our collection, to complement the current exhibition. Creative workshop: Shaping the human form Saturday 22 June, 2pm – 4pm. Free. Fitzwilliam Museum, meet in Courtyard entrance. Inspired by Cycladic figurines of ancient Greece and their influence on modernist sculptors including Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore, we will create our own sculptures using simple stylised elements to represent the human form. Booking essential, please call 01223 332 904 or email [email protected] to reserve your place on any of the above.