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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 Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Galleries, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
We invite Friends of the RA to join us for an exclusive preview of our exhibition Phyllida Barlow RA: ‘cul-de-sac’ before it opens to the public.
Free, booking required.
The Benjamin West Lecture Theatre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
Join curator Edith Devaney as she discusses our exhibition, ‘Phyllida Barlow RA: cul-de-sac’, in our Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Galleries.
The Clore Learning Centre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
Join us for a workshop exploring sculptural installation work inspired by the exhibition ‘Phyllida Barlow RA: cul-de-sac’, specially tailored for children with special educational needs and their family and friends.
Academicians' Room, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts
We invite members of the Academicians’ Room to an exclusive breakfast and a private view of three exhibitions – Bill Viola / Michaelangelo: Life, Death, Rebirth, Phyllida Barlow RA: cul-de-sac and The Renaissance Nude.
Free for Academicians' Room members, booking required. Please call 020 7300 8090 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
The Sackler Wing of Galleries, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts
An event for blind and partially sighted visitors: join us for a multi-sensory audio described tour of the exhibition ‘Phyllida Barlow RA: cul-de-sac’.
Meet in the front hall of Burlington Gardens
Join a guided tour of ‘Phyllida Barlow RA cul-de-sac’ in British Sign Language (BSL).
In this discussion our panel explores the close link that sculptures have to the spaces they inhabit, while investigating the importance of a viewer’s involvement with the work itself.
Clore Learning Centre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
Visit the RA on a Friday evening to unwind, make art and network with other teachers at this creative session led by practising artist Grace Adam.
£25, includes refreshments and materials. Teachers only.
Renowned artist Phyllida Barlow CBE RA will discuss her practice, career and current exhibition at the Royal Academy.
Professor Ann-Sophie Lehmann examines the meaning behind materials both historically and in contemporary art, exploring how artists use materials to inform their practice.