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The Benjamin West Lecture Theatre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
Join international scholars, art world professionals and fashion industry experts for a lecture series on the history of Western dress from the early modern period to the present.
£420. Includes all materials, light refreshments and a wine reception at the end of the final session.
The Clore Learning Centre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
Join us for a week-long practical and theoretical art course dedicated to the remarkable medium of watercolour, with a focus on topographical painting.
£1,500. This price has been reduced from £1,800 thanks to a grant from the Marandi Foundation. Includes all materials, light refreshments, and wine receptions throughout the week.
The Life Room, Royal Academy Schools
In this 10-week lecture series you’ll explore the medium of self-portraiture and how artists chose to depict themselves throughout art history
£540 for full course or £320 for five weeks. Includes all materials, light refreshments and a wine reception at the end of the fifth and tenth sessions.
Join a distinguished line-up of scholars, artists and art-world professionals as they investigate the rationale behind forgeries and the impact of fake paintings on public institutions and the private market.
Wolfson British Academy Room, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
Explore the hidden meanings and symbolic uses of flowers in fine and decorative arts of the 17th and 18th centuries.
£420. Includes all materials, light refreshments and a wine reception at the end of day one.
Led by historian and art dealer, Angus Haldane, this weekend course offers critical insights into the history of the art market through the filter of the history of changes in taste.
£540. Includes light refreshments and lunch on both days and a wine reception.
Investigate the fascinating history and theories of photography in this weekend-long course.
Join the RA’s Professor of Ancient Literature, Dame Mary Beard, and a lineup of experts and scholars as they explore how Greek myths have been retold in Western Europe through art, visual cultural and art history.