Results for tag 'Events'


Inside the Academy 3mth ago

Out and about with the Friends of the RA

Friends Events Coordinator Courtney Cooke explains how her team formulates ideas for events, and how you can join us on one of these exclusive trips.


Opinion 3mth ago

What makes a city work?

Imogen Willetts, of the RA's Architecture Programme, reports on our recent event in which Charles Leadbeater discusses his book 'The London Recipe: How Systems and Empathy make the City'.


Inside the Academy 3mth ago

Summer comes alive at our Midsummer Night’s Fête

Celebrate the Solstice with the RA. We’ve got blues, burlesque and barnstorming yarns for you at our very special late night event.


RA Exhibitions 3mth ago

Opening the Summer Exhibition in style

The Summer Exhibition Preview Party is one of the most glamorous events in the London calendar - and a major fundraiser for the RA.


Inside the Academy 4mth ago

Family fun: time to rhyme at the RA

If you came down to the RA last Sunday, you were sure of a big surprise…


RA Exhibitions 4mth ago

Experimentations in Chiaroscuro: Beccafumi’s Prints, Oil Sketches and Marble Intarsia

National Gallery curator, Dr. Jennifer Sliwka, discusses the works of Domenico Beccafumi.


Inside the Academy 5mth ago

A summer of architecture

Hot on the heels of 'Sensing Spaces' we have an exciting programme of architecture events and exhibitions coming up this summer.


Opinion 5mth ago

Wandering Words

'Sensing Spaces' was a transformative exhibition for the RA in lots of ways and from the beginning we wanted to break new ground in the types of events we organised for it.


Inside the Academy 6mth ago

How do you see me?

This Friday, we welcome the theatre company Small Things, who will present a performance that challenges perceptions of age and ageing.


RA Exhibitions 6mth ago

Short stories with William Boyd and Ed Stoppard

William Boyd and Ed Stoppard read short stories in the galleries of 'Sensing Spaces'.


Opinion 6mth ago

In the Company of the Courtesan

Beth Schneider, Head of Learning, delves between the pages of ‘In the Company of the Courtesan’ by Sarah Dunant, our RA Book Club novel of the month.


Inside the Academy 7mth ago

Happy birthday Sydney Smirke

A special late opening of ‘Sensing Spaces’ as part of our attRAct programme.


Inside the Academy 7mth ago

Lost and found

A mysterious artwork at this year’s Summer Exhibition is not to be missed.


Opinion 7mth ago

Trading in splendour

Veronese’s dazzling paintings belied the demise of the Venetian empire.


RA Exhibitions 8mth ago

Becoming an architect

Ivan Harbour and Tracy Meller of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners discuss what attracted them to architecture as a career


RA Exhibitions 8mth ago

Honoré Daumier and Quentin Blake

World famous illustrator (and occasional fellow-lithographer) Quentin Blake considers the significance and achievement of Daumier’s work in journalism, in conversation with arts educator Ghislaine Kenyon.


Artists 9mth ago

Tim Winton: the island seen and felt

Author Tim Winton explores his belief that ‘Australia the place is constantly overshadowed by Australia the national idea.'


Artists 10mth ago

Shaun Gladwell: performance landscapes

Internationally acclaimed Australian contemporary artist Shaun Gladwell discusses his video 'performance landscapes'.


RA Exhibitions 10mth ago

The Antipodean dream

Catch up on our fascinating event with 'Australia' exhibition artist Imants Tillers.


RA Exhibitions 10mth ago

Land and landscape: the colonial encounter

A lecture by Ron Radford, Director of the National Gallery of Australia.


RA Exhibitions 11mth ago

A tale of two countries

Catch up with the podcast of our lecture with Dr Sarah Scott, from the Australian National University.