- Current language: en
Contemporary prints and multiples from the RA Schools
Founded in 1769, the RA Schools remains independent to this day. This independence allows it to offer a free three-year postgraduate programme with bursary support to facilitate the production of new work. With a maximum of 17 students per year group it is are able to tailor its' programme to the specific needs of each student, offering time and space to reflect and make. Discussion and debate is fuelled by a...
- 20/09/2017 to 29/09/2017
Tuesday 26 September will be European Day of Languages, a time to celebrate the linguistic diversity of our continent and advance our own language learning. The European Commission Representation in the UK is organising public events to mark the day.
A day of activities at and around the European Bookshop in London. Includes the Wordkeys translation treasure hunt by Rosalind Harvey and a talk on improving your language-learning skills by polyglot and...
European Day of Languages, a time to celebrate the linguistic diversity of our continent and advance our own language learning. The European Commission Representation in the UK is organising public events to mark the day.
An evening talk by polyglot and author Daniel Tammet on The Mysteries and Meanings of Language.
The City University of London are co-organising a one-day symposium on Northern crime writing, crime fiction translation and criticism.
Over the past decade there has been a boom in Northern European crime fiction – in books, film and on television. Characterised by dark, wintry settings and even darker themes, this ‘Northern Noir’ frequently addresses important questions about crime, social welfare, immigration, gender, family and marginalised, vulnerable citizens. This special...