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The Creative Economy Engagement - Fitzwilliam Museum

A screenshot of the site

This repository will hold code for the CEEF programme, documenting the work of a multidisciplinary team at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge University.

To run locally

  • Install Jekyll on your machine following these instructions
  • Install Git on your machine following these instructions
  • Clone the code for this repository: git clone https://github.com/FitzwilliamMuseum/ahrc-creative-economy-fellows.git ahrc-creative-economy-fellows
  • Change to the directory and then run this command in terminal jekyll server

Credits

Content by Abi L Glen, Joanne Vine, Melanie Pitkin, Daniel Pett, Catriona Cooper, Jennifer Wexler. Copyright the University of Cambridge unless noted otherwise.

Website by @portableant

CSS framework: http://daemonite.github.io/material/

License

CC-BY for code, CC-BY-NC-SA-ND for content (text and images) unless stated otherwise.

Contributing guidelines

If you want to contribute fixes to this site, you are very welcome to do so. To do this, either add a bug report under issues or fork the repository and create a new branch for proposed fixes and then submit a pull request.

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