February 2016

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

Simon Quadrat PPRWA

6 February – 12 June 2016

An intimate solo exhibtion that explores notions of place and memory

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.

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.

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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