From its foundation in 1768 the Royal Academy of Arts has provided a voice for art and artists. We are an independent charity led by eminent artists and architects—the Royal Academicians—and we pursue our mission through exhibitions, education and debate.
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The Saloon and the Collections Library, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly
Works on paper are a popular category of art which can provide a unique view of history and an insight into the creative process. This course provides a professional perspective on their collection, care and display, now and for future generations.
£360. Includes all materials, light refreshments at the beginning of each day, and a social drinks reception at the end of the first day.
The Reynolds Room, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly
Events are at the heart of today’s experience economy. Successful events can attract attention, create opportunities, and nurture new and ongoing support. This course provides a unique and expert perspective on how to design, create and implement remarkable events that support the aims and ambitions of you and your organisation.
The General Assembly Room, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly
Join us for the first course in our two-part series on managing an artist’s legacy. Leading experts in the fields of the art market, archives, and law, including intellectual property, explore best practice when designing and implementing a strategy to preserve, promote and enhance the value of an artist’s work both now, and into the future, with a particular focus on the artist’s collection.
£480 for the weekend. Concession rates are available for artists and their immediate families. Please contact Mary Ealden, Academic Programmes Manager, email@example.com.
Join us for the second course in our two-part series on managing an artist’s legacy. Leading experts in the fields of estate planning, financial management, and law, including contracts, will discuss best practice when designing and implementing a strategy to preserve, promote and enhance the value of an artist’s work, both now and into the future, with a particular focus on planning for the future.
Fundraising is an essential activity for any arts and cultural organisation and critical for both private and public, as well as big and small institutions. The boundary between art and commerce is linked with creativity and innovation. This course de-mystifies fundraising and considers how it contributes to an organisation’s success.