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“The nightingales won’t let you sleep in Platres”. Re-visiting the Greek Past

Talk linked to Myths, Memories and Mysteries exhibition.
When Oct 21, 2014
from 05:45 PM to 07:00 PM
Where Gatsby Room, Wolfson College
Contact Phone (01223) 335936
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How do artists and poets create dialogues with the past? Prof. Robin Cormack explores the way in which the artists feature in the exhibition 'Myths, Memories and Mysteries', jointly hosted by the Museum of Classical Archaeology and Wolfson College, revisit and remember Greek histories.

This event is part of the Festival of Ideas and Curating Cambridge programmes.

For adults. Free of charge.

For details on how to book, please see the Wolfson Fine Arts webpage. Please note that bookings open on Monday 22nd September at 10am.

For further details on how to get to Wolfson College , please see here.

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