Supporters of the RWA will be taking part in a sponsored 100ft 'Free Hanging' abseil, all in the name of supporting emerging artists and bringing great British Art to Bristol
Saturday 6 September. 1.30pm - 3.30pm
Come and create your own 3D landscapes, inspired by the paintings of Paul and John Nash
Saturday 6 September 10.30am - Midday
A mask-making workshop for young children, inspired by the Back from the Front exhibition
Landscape and the things behind: The Places and Paintings of the Brothers Nash (Art History Day School)
Saturday September 13. 10.30am – 4.30pm. Fedden Room RWA
Join Dr Justine Hopkins for an in depth study of John and Paul Nash's artworks, with a focus on their representations of the British landscape, as featured in the Brothers in Art exhibition.
Saturday September 27, October 25, November 29, December 20 10.30am - Midday
If you are looking for more focussed art-making workshops, exploring a range of skills and techniques, from colour theory to proportion and perspective, then Scribble and Sketch Extra could be just for you! It will be run alternately by our regular Scribble and Sketch tutor, artist Anouk Mercier, and children's book author-illustrator Sarah Smith. Further details to be announced soon on the RWA website.
Monday 1 September 7pm
The cycle opens with a work utterly deserving of the title 'masterpiece'. A seemingly simple work, it was composed against the backdrop of the birth of his son and the triumphant premier of his Fifth Symphony. Its untroubled nature continues through the Quartet No 2 and the first movement of the Quartet No 3.
Saturday August 2, September 13, October 4, November 1, December 6 2014 10.30am-1pm
Scribble and Sketch offers a morning of fun and informal drawing workshops and exercises for families, led by Bristol Drawing Club founder and artist Anouk Mercier. Suitable for all ages and abilities.
19 July – 17 September 2014
An exhibition of work by contemporary artists recently exposed to the front-line of war in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Balkans.
19 July – 14 September
Featuring over forty paintings, watercolours and drawings from public and private collections.