This week at Wolfson: view all the upcoming College events

Easter Term 2022

As the Easter Term kicks off, find out about all the unique and inspirational events happening at Wolfson in the next few weeks.

Easter Term 2022

There's lots on this week, including the Wolfson World Poetry Night with poet and Visiting Fellow, Geoffrey Brock (Wed 27 April), the Wolfson Enterprise Competition Final (Thurs 28 April), and this year's Wolfson Research Event (29-30 April). 

This is also the last chance to catch the exhibition from 'John Atkin: The Made and the Unmade' in the Combination Room (above the Porters' Lodge).  The exhibition features drawings, sketchbook pages, and ceramic sculptures.  

Next week, both the Science and Humanities societies start their regular weekly talks, the Music society begins its Lunchtime Concert Series, and the Green Society has arranged various events for Cambridge Green Week, so stay tuned!

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Upcoming events

Wolfson World Poetry Night

Cheese and wine from 18.30; readings start at 19.00.

Wed 27 April, 18.30

Combination Room (above Porters' Lodge)

Wolfson Enterprise Competition Final

Join us from 15.00 for the Wolfson Enterprise Competition 2022 Finals, where the top-ranked teams will pitch their ideas to our expert panel of judges.

Thur 28 April, 15.00

Lee Hall

Wolfson Research Event

This two-day programme features a packed schedule of 15 speakers, 14 poster presentations, and three keynotes.

Fri 29 April - Sat 30 April, 11.00

Lee Hall

John Atkin: The Made and the Unmade

An exclusive Wolfson exhibition exploring traditional skills such as découpage, drawing, and painting.

Sat 30 April - Sun 1 May, 10:00 - 17.00

Combination Room (above Porters' Lodge)

Cambridge Green Week

Green Officers from various Colleges have self-organised a green, inclusive and diverse series of events from . Everything from a Mega Clothes Swap to intersectional small group discussions to Green Formals!

Mon 2 - Sun 8 May

Various locations

Legal Sustainability: The need to rethink Law holistically

This lecture describes how the law can provide tools to leverage the political goal of combatting climate change.

Tue 3 May, 16.30-17.30

Gatsby Room (Chancellor's Centre)

Writing about democracy in the age of Modi & Trump

Drinks and nibbles will be available from 17.45.

Tue 3 May, 18.00-19.00

Gatsby Room (Chancellor's Centre) & Zoom

In-situ Monitoring of Photocatalytic Processes

Drinks and nibbles will be available from 17.45.

Friday 6 May, 17.45-19.00

Gatsby Room (Chancellor's Centre)

In Love: A Recital of English and Italian Madrigals

A performance of Madrigals inspired by experiences of love. Featuring the music of Claudio Monteverdi, William Byrd & The Real Group.

Sat 7 May, 13.30-14.30

Lee Hall


What's on

'You' by Gavin Fry

Art Exhibition: 'Things Put Differently'

03/06/2023 at 10.00

Visit Wolfson's latest exhibition 'Things Put Differently' featuring Gavin Fry and works by Anthony Green and Mary Cozens-Walker.

Photo of artist Gurpran Rau holding a piece of her artwork

Art Exhibition: 'Patterns of Renewal'

03/06/2023 at 10.00

We're delighted to be the first to display Gurpran Rau's latest exhibition 'Patterns of Renewal', featuring a series of paintings created during lockdown inspired by her walks in the woods of Cambridgeshire.

A poster for the publicity of the event Solutions to Plastic Pollution. The event details are shown on a blue-ash green background in both white and black text. To the right is an image of a plastic water bottle and a recycling sign on the front of it.

Solutions to Plastic Pollution

05/06/2023 at 17.00

Join us on the 50th World Environment Day for an engaging panel discussion and keynote speech on solutions to plastic pollution.

Inger Mewburn

Kicking the can down the road: How to create research impact in seven (not so easy) steps

06/06/2023 at 17.30

We hear terms like ‘research impact’ and ‘engagement’ all the time, but what does ‘impact’ and ‘engagement’ actually look like in practice?