Bristol Drawing School Courses and Workshops starting in April 2014
26 May - 5 July
Exhibition of works in the Long Gallery by artist Chris Guest.
5 May - 29 June 2012
Opening Doors provides a unique opportunity to explore the Academy's relatively un-seen permanent collection, timed to coincide with its move to a new home within the RWA.
5 May - 8 July 2012
Cityscapes, rooftop views and panoramas feature in an exhibition of relief engravings from artist Trevor Haddrell, known for his intricate scenes of Bristol.
5 May - 8 July 2012
Following Herman's journey across four European cities in six dramatic years, concluding in 1944 when Herman settled in Ystradgynlais, the Welsh mining town that changed his life and work forever.
The RWA delivers a programme of one day Art History Day Schools delivered by recognised tutors and Academics providing an introduction to a number of artists, art historical movements and theory.
Wednesday 9th May 6.30pm doors open, event 6.45-8.30pm
Taylor Wessing and AOP award-winning London photographer Jim Naughten will talk about his work. Best known for his acclaimed series 'Re-enactors', Naughten will present work from this as well as his latest series on Namibian tribe members, 'Hereros', at the event, a collaboration between Second Look and the RWA.
Saturday 26 May 2012, 11-12.30pm
The Public Catalogue Foundation is an independent charity set up to record every oil, acrylic and tempera painting in Britain.
Sunday 20th May, 10am-4pm
1 day workshop learning how to photograph your artwork professionally, led by Stephen Morris.
Saturday 5 May, 11am
In the summer of 2009, Bristol saw a remarkable phenomenon that made international news. An estimated 300,000 people queued for hours, often in pouring rain, for admission to the city's museum and art gallery having been attracted by the media hype surrounding an exhibition ambiguously entitled, Banksy vs the Bristol Museum.
Saturday 5th May, slots available between 10am and 4.30pm
Have your artwork professionally documented by photographer Max McClure
14 April - 24 May 2012
Work inspired by the colours of the seasons, landscapes and seascapes of southern Britain and northern France.
Until May 2012
A twenty-two foot high painted bronze statue stands on the RWA's balcony as a monumental and epic comment on social injustice.