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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 Clore Learning Centre, Royal Academy, Burlington Gardens
This course encourages participants to explore the meaning of sculpture in both a personal and a practical sense, using a diverse range of non-traditional art materials, techniques and objects to create unique small scale pieces.
£420. Includes all materials, lunch and a wine reception at the end of the first day.
The Clore Learning Centre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
In this exciting weekend-long course, led by award winning artist Sumi Perera RE, participants will be taught the properties and principles of paper, learning the diverse practical methods involved in manipulating paper to make three-dimensional models that can contract and expand.
The Benjamin West Lecture Theatre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
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.
Professor Ann-Sophie Lehmann examines the meaning behind materials both historically and in contemporary art, exploring how artists use materials to inform their practice.