Cipher Arts staff have worked on projects for:
The Fitzwilliam Museum,
The Arts Council England London,
The National Gallery,
The British Museum,
Museum of Zoology Cambridge University
Scott Polar Institute Museum,
The National Trust,
The Liverpool Biennial,
The Hermitage Rooms at Somerset House,
The Royal Academy,
The Sedgwick Museum,
The Whipple Museum,
The Museum if Archaeology and Anthropology Cambridge,
The Britten Sinfonia,
Denver Art Museum,
The National Museum of Tajikistan,
Heythrop College, London University,
Arts Development in East Cambridgeshire,
The Babylon Gallery
Cipher Arts was responsible for the planning, research, writing, designing and building of Pharos, an interactive website for the Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge, which features over 350 items from its extensive collections. Click here to view the Pharos website.
As a subsection of Pharos, and in close consultation with the Fitzwilliam’s curators and conservators, we produced Making Art, an innovative interactive feature which shows how different types of art objects were made and Conserving Art which shows how they are restored. This includes an interactive showing the rebinding of the famous Macclesfield Psalter, one of Britain‘s oldest and most valuable illustrated manuscripts.
Click here to view the Making Arts website.
Click here to view the Conserving Arts website.