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Murray Edwards holds the largest collection of women's art in Europe and the second larges in the world. This board showcases that art and art found online.
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01 March 2016 – 31 August 2016 NHAC Feminism and Gender Exhibition at Murray Edwards College. Currently there is a focus on works that contribute to the discourse around feminism and gender in the New Hall Art Collection through online activity, events and works by guest artists Rachael House & Jemima Burrill.  http://www-art.newhall.cam.ac.uk/exhibitions

01 March 2016 – 31 August 2016 NHAC Feminism and Gender Exhibition at Murray Edwards College. Currently there is a focus on works that contribute to the discourse around feminism and gender in the New Hall Art Collection through online activity, events and works by guest artists Rachael House & Jemima Burrill. http://www-art.newhall.cam.ac.uk/exhibitions

Nightwatch by Kate Montgomery  "<the Murray Edwards art collection> fits neatly with the institution’s identity as an all-women’s college, does something to combat the under-representation of work by women in many other collections and raises lots of interesting questions about what, if anything, is distinctive about “women’s art”." https://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/blog/what-is-the-point-of-university-art-collections

Nightwatch by Kate Montgomery "<the Murray Edwards art collection> fits neatly with the institution’s identity as an all-women’s college, does something to combat the under-representation of work by women in many other collections and raises lots of interesting questions about what, if anything, is distinctive about “women’s art”." https://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/blog/what-is-the-point-of-university-art-collections

Cambridge University’s Murray Edwards College celebrates its ‘hidden gem’ of women’s art

While students at Murray Edwards retreat to their rooms for exam revision, they can at least take solace in working among one of the largest modern art collections of its kind in the world.

Art projects supporting "Unity is about recognising our differences, it's about using our resources to support each other's struggles. It is about becoming accomplices in each other’s fights for survival."

Art projects supporting "Unity is about recognising our differences, it's about using our resources to support each other's struggles. It is about becoming accomplices in each other’s fights for survival.

Artwork produced by survivors of domestic abuse, displayed at International Women's Day.

Artwork produced by survivors of domestic abuse, displayed at International Women's Day.

Cornish Village [2002] Mixed Media Collage on Canvas Dorrit Dekk  http://www-art.newhall.cam.ac.uk/the-collection/by/artist/id/91/name/Dorrit Dekk/artwork/154

Cornish Village [2002] Mixed Media Collage on Canvas Dorrit Dekk http://www-art.newhall.cam.ac.uk/the-collection/by/artist/id/91/name/Dorrit Dekk/artwork/154

Wedding Feast [1999] by Claudia Clare  http://www-art.newhall.cam.ac.uk/the-collection/by/artist/id/281/name/Claudia Clare/artwork/427

Wedding Feast [1999] by Claudia Clare http://www-art.newhall.cam.ac.uk/the-collection/by/artist/id/281/name/Claudia Clare/artwork/427

Tricia Gillman is a colourist who uses the texture and the richness of oil paint to create expressive, painterly works. Her early fascination with still life is reflected in her arrangement of objects across the surface of the canvas.  Silver Wind [1987]

Tricia Gillman is a colourist who uses the texture and the richness of oil paint to create expressive, painterly works. Her early fascination with still life is reflected in her arrangement of objects across the surface of the canvas.

Red lion at Cambridge University Rugby Club

Cambridge Lion Yard lion roars again at university rugby club

Cambridge Lion Yard lion roars again at university rugby club - BBC News

Festival of Britain (1995) - beautiful embroidery by Beryl Dean

Festival of Britain - beautiful embroidery by Beryl Dean


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