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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.
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Meet in the Front Hall, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts
An event for deaf, deafened and hard of hearing visitors – a tour in British Sign Language (BSL) exploring the content and context of the ‘Waterloo Cartoon’.
£3. Carers and Friends of the RA go free.
The John Madejski Fine Rooms, Burlington House
Join us once a month for coffee and conversation to discuss artworks from our permanent collection.
The Learning Studio, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts
At this event we invite disabled artists and creative people at risk of exclusion from the art world to share their practice in a warm and welcoming environment.
Free, no booking required.
An event for blind and partially sighted visitors, an audio described tour of the Ai Weiwei exhibition followed by a multisensory handling session.
The Reynolds Room, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts
Sam Phillips, arts writer and editor of the Royal Academy of Arts Magazine, will lead this slide assisted talk about the ‘Ai Weiwei’ exhibition with speech to text transcription and BSL interpretation.
An event for wheelchair users and mobility impaired visitors – a tour of ‘Jean-Etienne Liotard’.
An event for deaf, deafened and hard of hearing visitors – art historian John Wilson will lead this talk in British Sign Language (BSL) exploring the paintings of Jean-Etienne Liotard and the cultural context of his portraits.
Join us for a free creative workshop for children with special educational needs and their family and friends.
Free, booking required.
An event for blind and visually impaired visitors – an audio described tour of the Jean-Etienne Liotard exhibition followed by a multisensory handling session.