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The Julia and Hans Rausing Hall, Royal Academy of Arts
Drop in for a free 15-minute talk to unearth the hidden stories of the Royal Academy.
Free, no booking required
Meet in the front hall of Burlington House
Join us for refreshments and an in-depth discussion and exploration of artworks from the RA Collection.
Free, booking required.
The Benjamin West Lecture Theatre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
Our panellists, including design studio Unknown Fields, reflect on the impact of human action on Earth’s depleting resources and discuss how we can move forward with what is left.
Artist Mona Hatoum offers insight into her career and practice over the last 30 years and discusses how her work encourages people to question the world around them.
Clore Learning Centre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
At this event, disabled artists and creative people facing barriers to the art world share their practice with others.
Free, no booking required.
The Collections Gallery, Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington Gardens
Algae has far more design potential than you might think. Join us for a panel discussion on the possibilities of algae in architecture.
Join our panel of architects, activists and scientists as they discuss how to make the deteriorating state of the air in our cities a concern of the many instead of the few.
The Collection Gallery, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
Free, no booking required.
Our panel of influential women working in contemporary art discuss what they are doing to encourage, inspire and support artists and women of the future.
The Tennant Gallery, Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House
Celebrate the winner of the Royal Academy Architecture Prize and be the first to discover the winner of the Royal Academy Dorfman award in this special evening which includes a conversation on the importance of public space.
In this talk, we invite our speakers to consider how young people can be empowered to provide unique and valuable insights into their built environment.
The Academicians' Room, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts
Legendary punk poet, John Cooper Clarke, joins us in the Academicians’ Room for the eleventh instalment of the On The Big Green Sofa series.
Professor of Circadian Neuroscience Russell Foster and artist Tom Hammick discuss the effect of different sleep patterns and nocturnal working on an artist’s practice.
Meet in the front hall of Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
Join us for a day of talks, workshops, networking and discussion as we explore, stretch and question creative approaches to engage children with SEND.
£75. £55 reductions and disabled concession.
Join us for a conversation that looks at what we can learn from spaces designed for children and how that can change our urban realm.
Explore the principles designers use to tailor our built environment to meet the needs of an ageing population, and how these could be applied to benefit everyone.
Hear more about the work of Austrian architect Josef Frank and find out how he changed the way we view Modernist design today.
Take a closer look at spaces created to benefit physical or mental health and how these examples can inform designs intended for everyone.