June 2012

Dina Mufti - What Happens In Between

Dates: 29th June - 30th August 2012 Cafe Gallery

'What Happens in Between' is a response to the question Dina was most asked about her time on location with the 'Human Planet Mountains' film team. It is a collection of scenes taken when the film cameras stopped rolling and the characters were at play ... and all shot through the eye of her time on the veranda.

Chris Guest

26 May - 5 July

Exhibition of works in the Long Gallery by artist Chris Guest.

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School: Costume, Scenic Art, Theatre Design

20 – 30 June 2012

A unique insight into the collective creative talent and technical skills of the supporting production departments at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

Opening Doors: The RWA Permanent Collection

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.

Trevor Haddrell RWA: Bristol and Beyond

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.

Josef Herman: Warsaw, Brussels, Glasgow, London, 1938-44

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.

Fictional Tourism, Adam Smith (PePoMo), Julie McCalden

Date: 8 June, 2-3pm

Part of the Bristol Biennial Programme of Talks.

Damaged Landscapes, Darn Thorn, Rodney Harris, Amber Ginsburg and Joseph Madrigal

Date: 14th June, 2-3pm

Part of the Bristol Biennial Programme of Talks.

Out There: Stephen Morris photography workshop

Sunday 17 June, 11.00am – 3.30pm

An inspiring and entertaining day of exploring the mechanics and the 'vision' that turn ordinary photographs into great ones.

Josef Herman: Curator's Talk

Tuesday 12 June, 6.30 – 8pm

Curator Sarah MacDougall explores Herman's rare surviving work from this formative period and describes Herman's discovery in 1944 of the tiny mining village of Ystradgynlais in South Wales.

Josef Herman: Curator's Tour

Tuesday 12 June, 4 – 5pm

A special tour of the Josef Herman exhibition led by curator, Sarah MacDougall.

Kako Washi - Its Varieties and Techniques: Elaine Cooper

Saturday 23 June, 11.00am-12.30pm

A fascinating introduction to the Japanese art of treating and processing paper.

Icon Workshop

Saturday 16 and 23rd June 10.00am-4.00pm

This fascinating two-day workshop is designed for those interested in learning how to paint religious icons, led by Iconographer Ian Knowles

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.

Art History Day Schools 2012

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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.

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