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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.
Join international scholars for a seven-week series on erotic art and explore how artists from across cultures have treated one of the most intrinsic human desires, from ancient civilisation to the present day.
6.15 – 8.15pm each week (registration from 6pm) £420. Includes all materials, light refreshments throughout, and a drinks reception at the end of week 7.
The Benjamin West Lecture Theatre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts.
A distinguished line-up of academics and art-world professionals investigate the rationale behind and impact of the theft of paintings from public institutions, with insight into the world of art crime.
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 light refreshments throughout.
Join leading art historian Dr Kathryn Brown to explore the entangled narratives of Oceanic and European art, the legacies of colonialism and the breath-taking contemporary art of the Pacific Islands.
Wolfson British Academy Room, 6 Burlington Gardens, Mayfair.
This weekend course, led by antiquities expert Judith Nugée, explores the rich and sophisticated origins of painting in the ancient world.