To celebrate International Women’s Day, we will be taking inspiration from Royal Academician Phyllida Barlow and RA Schools graduate Gery Georgieva to create our own future utopia.
Construct worlds of the future using recycled and organic material. Design your own clothes and make something futuristic to wear home. What will the buildings of the future look like? What will you need to wear? Bring your ideas to life and then create a GIF in this forward-thinking activity.
● Fully booked
Sunday 4 March 2018
11am — 3pm
Follow signs to the Fine Rooms, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly.
Free, no booking required.
Family studios are supported by Jeanne and William Callanan
International Women's Day 2018 events
To mark International Women’s Day 2018, we’re presenting a week-long series of events that explore ideas of feminist futures through art and architecture. Join us as we investigate the power of art practice as a catalyst for social change. Focusing on women artists engaged in a variety of media, we’ll dissect ideas of automation in architecture, moving image as language, archiving and alternative artistic platforms. Celebrate the RA’s 250th anniversary with us and see what we can draw from the past as a way into the future. Enjoy panels, lectures and roundtables as our speakers contemplate multiple feminist possibilities.