Fitzwilliam Museum: Cambridge Culture Guides

As I am currently studying in Cambridge, I thought I would start creating some blog content about some of the museums, colleges and other cultural delights Cambridge has to offer! This first post in the series is about the Fitzwilliam Museum, an amazingly diverse museum right in the centre of Cambridge. I’d visited the museum…

Anthony Gormley: Subject

As I’ve been working in Cambridge the past few weeks, I’ve been trying to explore the city in more depth and take in the beautiful college architecture and sights of Cambridge during my lunch breaks. One place on the top of my list of things to visit was Kettle’s Yard Art Gallery, which happens to…

The Hepworth Wakefield

After living in York for 3 years, I finally made the short journey to the Hepworth in Wakefield after my exams had finished. Ordinarily, sculpture isn’t really my favourite style of work to see, however, as the Hepworth had been voted Art Fund Museum of the year for 2017, I thought I’d visit and open…

Exploring Beningbrough Hall

Hello! Sorry for the severe lack of posts recently but for those that don’t know I’ve just finished uni completely!! The last few months have been so full of revision and dissertation writing that sadly the last thing I wanted to do in my free time was to write more on the blog. However, now…

Print making in action

To escape the busy hectic life of constant reading at Uni I recently took a short weekend break back home in Suffolk. I usually love to visit a country house when I’m at home, however, we decided to try something a bit different and visited a printing exhibition, complete with a series of demonstrations at…

Dior: Designer of dreams

Apologies for the second fashion post in a row but I’ve just been so excited to write about the Dior exhibition I visited in Paris (and it’s quite a long post so be warned!). It was an unbelievable exhibition, and I’d go as far to say the best exhibition I’ve ever been to. It was…

Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion

Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion at the Victoria and Albert Museum has been on my radar as a must see exhibition since it opened. Having spent this term at uni studying a fashion module, this was the perfect exhibition to see on our uni trip to London. The exhibition combines designs from Spanish courtier Cristóbal Balenciaga, subsequent…