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The Life Drawing Room, Royal Academy Schools
Join international scholars for a ten-week series on the history of sculpture and explore how artists make use of a range of styles, techniques and materials to create three-dimensional objects, from ancient civilisations to the present day.
6.15–8.15pm each week (registration from 6pm). £540 for full course, £320 for weeks 1–5 OR weeks 6–10.
The Benjamin West Lecture Theatre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
Join Tracey Emin CBE RA and art historian Sir Norman Rosenthal as they discuss Egon Schiele for Sussex University’s annual Evi Wohlgemuth Memorial Lecture, held in conjunction with The Austrian Cultural Forum.
Following the RA’s sold-out course last year, international artists, curators and art world experts will return to explore both aesthetic and philosophical themes around the transience of life and their use in contemporary art.
6.30–8.00pm each week (registration from 6pm). £420 for full course, £260 for weeks 1–5 OR weeks 6–10. Includes all materials and wine reception at the end of session 5 and session 10.
Wolfson British Academy Room, 6 Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
This unconventional art history course led by expert Sophie Oosterwijk offers unique insights into the history of childhood through its presentation in Western art.
£420. Includes all materials, light refreshments at the beginning of each day and wine reception at the end of day one.
General Assembly Room, Royal Academy of Arts
In this creative writing course, participants are invited to join leading poets, writers and artists in exploring the history of the rich relationship between art and poetry, as inspiration for writing their own poems about works in the Academy’s galleries.
This weekend-long course explores this gripping world of art crime including looting and theft, forgeries and vandalism, drawing on real cases and exploring the difference between myth and reality.