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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
Join fellow American supporters of the Royal Academy for an exciting programme of activities in London.
For further details, please contact us.
Main Galleries, Burlington House
The highlight of London’s social calendar.
Tickets from £345.
Annenberg Courtyard, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts
Join us for an evening of free musical entertainment in the Royal Academy courtyard.
Free, no booking required.
Join us in the RA Courtyard to encounter ‘Do-Re-Me’ a choreographic work by Nicola Conibere which will negotiate a path around the courtyard and operate in dialogue with Conrad Shawcross RA’s sculpture ‘The Dappled Light of the Sun’, created for the Summer Exhibition 2015.
Reynolds Room, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts
Join us for a special event where the winner of the inaugural RA and Pin Drop Short Story Award will be announced, and their story narrated by a special guest (TBC).
£16 (includes exhibition ticket). £12 (without exhibition ticket). Concessions available.
Main Galleries, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts
As part of the London Festival of Architecture, watch four of the UK’s leading architectural practices battle it out to create the greatest work of LEGO architecture.
Free with an exhibition ticket. No booking required.
For the first time we take the Royal Academy and its artists into the streets of Mayfair, with Burlington Gardens pedestrianised and the street transformed for a day.
They had a date with fate in ‘Casablanca’!
£15 / £25 (plus booking fee).
‘In The Mood For Love’ is set in Hong Kong in 1962 and filmed with beauty. Prepare to be transported with this melancholic tale of love and loneliness.
Family dysfunction reigns supreme once again in auteur Wes Anderson’s ‘The Darjeeling Limited’.
Filmed in glorious black and white and co-scripted by its star Greta Gerwig, ‘Frances Ha’ is a journey through the life of a New Yorker trying to navigate her way into adulthood.