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Darwin and the Arts? Introducing the ‘Endless Forms’ Podcast Series

Jane Munro, Co-Curator of the ‘Endless Forms: Charles Darwin, Natural Science and the Visual Arts’ at The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge (16 June – 4 October 2009) introduces the new podcast series complementing this exhibition, which explores Darwin’s influence on 19th-century art. (

Published: 02 Jun 2009

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4 Responses to “Introduction”

  1. Raquel Says:

    SO interesting!

  2. Gillian Devane Says:

    I live in Chicago but had the chance to visit the Darwin exhibit recently and am excited to have this online chance to continue to explore the Exhibit without having to be physically present. Thanks for this.

  3. Carol V. Says:

    After the Darwin Festival’s sessions, I spent happy hours taking in the well executed Fitzwilliam exposition, which visually echoed and enriched several of the Festival’s lectures.

    Now back in Texas, I am enriched once more after using your comprehensive and well organized website. It allows me to revisit Cambridge University’s most welcome celebrations of the life and times of Charles Darwin.

    How I wish that more people in Texas could have had access to the Fitzwilliam’s exposition. I will certainly offer this website to my friends.

    Many thanks for an outstanding job.

  4. Becky H. Says:

    I’ve long been interested in the connection of arts and sciences. This exhibition is one of the best ones I’ve seen in that regard. The online exhibition is like having the exhibition catalog direct from the gift shop–free!

    Thanks for a great exhibition web site.