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Evening Talk
The Art of Old Age
Thursday 14 February, 6pm
Dr María del Pilar Blanco (University of Oxford) discusses the art of geriatrics and degeneration in Spanish America at the end of the 1800s, and how it entered the cultural imagination.

Family Friendly
Chinese Dragon Fire-Clocks
Friday 22 February, 2-4pm
Make a working Chinese dragon fire-clock to celebrate Chinese New Year. Try it out at home!
Drop-in, ages 7+, materials donation £3


Family Friendly
Women in Science
Saturday 2 March, 2-4pm
Get involved with some hands-on activities inspired by some of the fantastic women in our collection. You can also follow a trail that takes you from Caroline Herschel, comet-hunter to Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin, who discovered the structure of insulin.
Drop-in, all ages

Special Event
A Million Memories
Thursday 7 March, 6pm
Tickets £7
The raw but poignant story of a mother with young onset dementia and her daughter told through dance, music and poetry. After the dance, there will be a Q&A session with artists and dementia experts including Professor Chris Kennard (University of Oxford).

Family Friendly
Lovelace’s Labyrinth
Saturday 16 March, 1-4pm
Join Ada and friends for a day of mathematical puzzles, activities and problem-solving, from geometry to code-breaking.
Drop-in, all ages

Saturday 23 March, 2.15pm and 3.15pm
Celebrate Nowruz (Spring New Year Festival) with the Multaka-Oxford volunteers and join a tour in Arabic and English.
All ages

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