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Lord Fitzwilliam and His Bequest to Cambridge

Lord Fitzwilliam and His Bequest to Cambridge

Sarah Burles studied History of Art at Cambridge University and University College London. Sarah has worked in museum and gallery education and established new services in three museums prior to working at the Fitzwilliam Museum. Sarah is the founder of Cambridge Art Tours and offers online art history courses to people across the world.

Sarah will talk about Lord Fitzwilliam’s extensive collection of paintings, drawings, prints, medieval manuscripts and books, all of which were left to the University of Cambridge. Sarah will talk about some of the major works in Lord Fitzwilliam’s bequest and how it came about.

We are a membership society but if you’d like to come to a talk and see if the society interests you, please consider attending as a guest. Guests can attend a maximum of 2 talks a year. There is a fee of $25 / $10 for students which includes wine, tea or coffee, sandwiches and something sweet, all served afterwards and enjoyed whilst talking to others and an opportunity to meet Sarah Burles.

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Please advise us by Friday 14 June for catering purposes

Please arrive at the Magdalinos Room, Havelock North Function Centre, 30 Te Mata Road, Havelock North to be seated by 6:50pm as we start promptly at 7pm.

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Monday 17 June, 7:00pm to 8:15pm


Restrictions: All Ages

Adult Guest $25.00
Student Guest $10.00
Annual Membership Pro Rata $160.00


Havelock North Function Centre, Havelock North, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
30 Te Mata Road, Havelock North, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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