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 25th April, 6.30pm
An illustrated talk focusing on a number of the artist's most compelling watercolours, using letters, diaries, archive photographs and other sources to explore the history of the places Ravilious loved.
Sunday 22 April, 10am-4pm
1-day workshop learning how to photograph your artwork professionally, led by Stephen Morris.
Friday 13 April, 10am-12.30pm
Basic print course for families, using household objects. Led by Maria Bowers MA
Thursday 12 April, 10am-1.30pm
Print your own cards and wrapping paper using exciting materials to create colourful images. Led by Christine Howes MA
Wednesday 11 April, 10am-1pm
Try your hand at screen printing with this fun workshop, led by Simon Tozer MA.
Wednesday 4 April, 11am, 12pm and 1pm
Cook the Books: Hands-on food and cookery sessions inspired by the culture-changing Penguin cookery books.
Wednesday 11 April, 10-2pm, Sunday 15 April, 2-4pm and Sunday 22 April, 2-4pm
Penguin Family Drop-in Session
Thursday 5 and 12 April, 1-2pm
Penguin Parade: Behind the Scenes Talk
Design a doll-size wardrobe with this creative collage and colouring workshop for children aged 4-8 years. We provide everything needed to create a miniature world of fashion in 2 dimensions - you just bring your junior Armani.