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The CREWS project at the Fitzwilliam Museum

last modified Jan 17, 2018 03:24 PM
The CREWS project has collaborated with the Fitzwilliam Museum and the British Museum to produce a fantastic display.

The CREWS project now has a display at Cambridge's Fitzwilliam Museum. It was opened yesterday, Tuesday 16th January, and will run until Sunday 10th June 2018. 

To read the full blog post about the installation day and the collaboration with the British Museum and Fitzwilliam, please CLICK HERE. Here, Dr Phillipa Steele (Principal Investigator of the CREWS project) tells us all about it and where the display is located in the Museum.

CREWS pippaYou can also keep up to date with the exciting progress and developments of the project on the CREWS project blog

To find out more about this fascinating project and its aims please CLICK HERE.

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