February 2016

Featuring artists such as Augustus John, William Orpen and John Everett, Inquisitive Eyes reveals, for the first time, the importance of the Wessex landscape during a pivotal moment in British art.

Inquisitive Eyes: Slade Painters in Edwardian Wessex, 1900 - 1914

6 February - 12 June 2016

Featuring artists such as Augustus John, William Orpen and John Everett, Inquisitive Eyes reveals, for the first time, the importance of the Wessex landscape during a pivotal moment in British art.

Imagined Landscapes

6 February – 12 June 2016

A new exhibition that explores an alternative understanding of place in contemporary art and the role of the artist as spatial narrator, cartographer and geographer.

Simon Quadrat PPRWA

6 February – 12 June 2016

An intimate solo exhibtion that explores notions of place and memory

An exhibtiion of artworks created through an on-going collaboration between RWA Academicians Sara Dudman and Debbie Locke

Sara Dudman RWA and Debbie Locke RWA - Collaborative Works

5 February - 25 February 2016

An exhibtiion of artworks created through an on-going collaboration between RWA Academicians Sara Dudman and Debbie Locke

Gallery Talk with Sara Dudman RWA and Debbie Locke RWA

20 February 2016

Join Sara and Debbie - both of whom have recently become RWA Academicians - for an introduction to their collaborative artworks on show in the Link Space.

Scribble and Sketch EXTRA with Sarah Smith

Saturdays, 2.30 - 4pm: 9 January, 6 February, 12 March, 2 April, 7 May, 4 June, 2 July

If you are looking for more focussed art-making workshops, exploring a range of skills, techniques and artistic styles and movements, then Scribble and Sketch Extra could be just for you!

Scribble and Sketch

Saturdays, 10.30am - 12.30pm: 9 January, 6 February, 12 March, 2 April, 7 May, 4 June, 2 July

Ideal for families of all ages, Scribble and Sketch offers a morning of fun and informal drawing and art activities led by an experienced tutor.

Four London Painters: Frank Auerbach, Francis Bacon, Prunella Clough, Lucian Freud. Art History Day School with David Cuthbert

Saturday 13 February 10.30am - 4.30pm

In 1976 R B Kitaj curated an exhibition called ‘The Human Clay’ in which he showcased his argument for a ‘School of London’. His choices were figurative artists. In this study day we will look at three artists of Kitaj’s choices plus an important Londoner he omitted; an artist who was profoundly inspired by the city’s urban environment.

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