Sidney alumna curates major museum exhibition

Art, Science and Exploration from the University of Cambridge Museums.

A new exhibition has recently opened in London featuring treasures from all eight of the University's of Cambridge's Museums.  Themed around 'Discoveries', the exhibition has been co-curated by Sidney alumna and College Research Associate Dr Lydia Hamlett (1999) and includes a range of artworks and artefacts that explore ideas of imagination and knowledge.

Lydia is currently Programme Curator for University of Cambridge Museums, and has been working alongside Professor Nick Thomas (Director of Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology) and Martin Caiger-Smith (Courtauld Institute), who is curatorial advisor to Two Temple Place, where the exhibition is being held. 

The exhibition runs until 27 April 2014.  For more information please visit Two Temple Place's website

This is an archived news story, first posted in 2014.

For further information please contact the Fellow Communications Officer, Dr Tom Lambert (FellowCommunicationsOfficer@sid.cam.ac.uk)

News item posted Sunday, 3rd May 2015

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