Cambridge Rivers Project

The Cambridge Rivers Project (CRP) was launched in 1983 and is named after one of the founders of modern fieldwork anthropology, W.H.R. Rivers. It is dedicated to innovation and communication in anthropology. In particular it is concerned with collecting and

Heat-press Printmaking Demonstration with Rory McCartney

Sunday 23 Aug, 2 – 3 pm Admission free, no booking required. Rory McCartney, artist and printmaker, will lead this Heat-Press Printmaking demonstration.

Monoprint Demonstration with Diana Taylor

Monoprint Demonstration with Diana Taylor Sunday 26 July, 2 – 3 pm Admission free, no booking required. Diana Taylor, artist and printmaker, will lead this Monoprint demonstration.

Museums at Night: The Power of Paper

Drop-in events and activities inspired by our special exhibition The Power of Paper.

Hour-long printmaking demonstrations at 5, 6.30 and 8.

Cash bar.

Power of Paper Printmaking Workshops

  Drypoint Printmaking Workshop with Curwen Print Study Centre Sunday 20 September, 2 – 4 pm £20/£15 concessions. Age 12+ 8 places available, material supplied, booking required – please register here. An immediate and sensitive intaglio process giving you the ability

Zilan Wang: Research Associate

Zilan Wang is a research associate at MAA and executive director of the Cambridge Rivers Project (CRP). Her research interests cover East and South Asia (China and Greater Himalayan Area), focusing on collections history, material culture, visual anthropology, as well

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