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RA tours: sculpture at the RA

Tour

Saturday 25 May 2019
3 — 4pm

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Part of our

The Making of an Artist: The Great Tradition

events programme
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Thomas Banks RA, The Falling Titan, 1786.

Marble. 845 mm x 902 mm x 584 mm, Weight: 265 kg. Royal Academy of Arts.

Explore the history of the Royal Academy’s cast and sculpture collection in this free, hour-long tour.

Sculpture was one of the three main disciplines, or “Arts of Design”, that the Royal Academy pledged to promote at its foundation in 1768. Today, sculpture continues to be a key practice among our Royal Academicians as well as students in the RA Schools.

Join one of our knowledgeable guides and discover the stories behind the sculpture and casts on display throughout the RA campus, beginning in the Collections Gallery and finishing at the Sculpture Gallery.

Tours are free, but spaces are limited. Please meet in the front hall of Burlington Gardens and ask a staff member for more information.

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Saturday 25 May 2019

3 — 4pm

Meet in Front Hall of Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts

Free, no booking required.