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From its foundation in 1768 the Royal Academy of Arts has provided a voice for art and artists. We are an independent charity led by eminent artists and architects—the Royal Academicians—and we pursue our mission through exhibitions, education and debate.
● Fully booked
The Sackler Wing, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts
‘Premiums: Interim Projects’ features the work of artists
in their second year at the Royal Academy Schools.
Free, but please RSVP. Patrons only.
Celebrate the formal opening of the exhibition with the President of the Royal Academy of Arts.
Finsbury Park, London
Phyllida Barlow, elected an RA in 2011, is known
for her bold installation pieces, tactile sculptures and assembled forms.
£10. Payment on RSVP.
Please join us on Wednesday 24 February for an
exciting visit to Hugo Wilson’s studio.
Free, but please RSVP.
Royal Academy of Arts
Join us for an opportunity to see ‘Painting for the Modern Garden’, this time with the whole family.
£100 per family. Payment on RSVP. Patrons only.
Please join us for a visit to the home of two passionate
collectors, who have built up their collection over
the past 18 years, championing emerging artists and
reflecting the dynamic London art scene.
£10 (including a light breakfast). Payment on RSVP. Patrons only.
Ladbroke Grove, London
Tom Dixon OBE has been at the forefront of innovative British design for over two decades, with his iconic furniture, lighting and accessories. We enjoy a private visit to his studio to gain an exclusive insight into his career and design practice.
Tour £10. Tour & dinner £80. Payment on RSVP. Patrons only.
Please join us for an exclusive visit to The Sarikhani Collection, located in a beautiful subterranean museum in Henley, Oxfordshire.
£20. Payment on RSVP.
Join curator Per Rumburg for the first view and private tour of the exhibition.
Bocca di Lupo, 12 Archer St, London
Continue the conversation about the exhibition over dinner in a West End restaurant.
£70 (including three-course dinner with wine). Payment on RSVP. Patrons only.
Join curator Per Rumburg for a breakfast preview and private tour of the exhibition.
We will spend the morning visiting the studios
of recent graduates from the RA Schools, to hear
about their practices and what they have been
up to recently.
£30 (including tea, coffee and lunch). Payment on RSVP.
Giorgione, the artist who alongside Titian, revolutionised the Venetian school of painting will this spring inhabit the Sackler Wing of Galleries
at the RA.
£10 (including a drinks reception). Payment on RSVP. Patrons only.
Kew Gardens, Richmond, Surrey
The Queen’s Garden is a charming 17th-century-style
garden situated behind Kew Palace.
£20 (including entrance and afternoon tea). Payment on RSVP. Patrons only.
Main Galleries, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts
Join us for a last chance breakfast tour of the exhibition.
Join us for a last chance evening tour of the exhibition.
Gravetye Manor, Sussex
Gold and Platinum Patrons will enjoy a Michelin-starred lunch before enjoying the charming gardens of Gravetye Manor, a small country house set in 1000 acres.
£50 (including lunch and transport to and from the train station). Payment on RSVP.
Our popular annual art debate returns this spring.
£10 (including refreshments). Payment on RSVP. Patrons only.
One Ham Yard, London
Celebrating the ‘Painting the Modern Garden: Monet
to Matisse’ exhibition, join us on the roof at Ham Yard
Hotel for an exclusive talk and tour of their private
£20 (including drinks reception). Payment on RSVP. Patrons only.
Boston and Chicago
Abstract Expressionism is rooted in the American
Art Scene of the 1940’s and 1950’s. In the autumn
of 2016, for the first time since 1959, the RA’s Main
Galleries will host some of the finest works associated
with the movement from around the world.
Price to be confirmed. Patrons only.