Join us for our first session at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology when we will have private access to the Museum to explore a fascinating collection of works by humans around the world that illustrate our universal ingenuity in design and use of resources.
We will gather in the Museum for a short talk: Aren’t we clever! led by Sarah-Jane Harknett, the Museum’s Outreach Officer, followed by a opportunity to handle related art objects that you wouldn’t want to miss. We will also be joined by a Fitzwilliam Education Artist who will offer us the opportunity to make our own object drawing from the earlier talk.
This is part of the Portals to the World museum programme – with offerings specially designed to support people living with dementia: both the person with memory challenges and his or her care partner. This is a small group meeting supported by trained volunteers and staff members to focus on participant abilities and offer care partners a shared repose. Alumni from previous courses at the Fitzwilliam Museum are welcome.
Monday, 22 April 2013
FREE but BOOKING ESSENTIAL.
If you are interested please ring the Museum’s Outreach team on 01223 764 769, Edye Hoffmann of dementiaCOMPASS at 07876 350 638 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note at the time of booking if we can advise you of nearby ‘blue badge’ parking or arrange any other access to mobility resources.