Bristol Art Gallery

Women of the RWA

16 Dec - 11 Mar 18

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16 Dec - 11 Mar 18

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From its foundation to the present day, the RWA has had women artists at its heart. This diverse exhibition takes a walk through the RWA's fascinating history and shines a light on the artists that shaped it.

Women of the RWA reflects on key artistic moments across three centuries. Alongside works by the Academy's longest standing and newest female academicians, the exhibition includes works from the permanent collection by artists such as Rolinda Sharples, Augusta Talboys, Vanessa Bell RWA, Dod Procter RA RWA, Mary Fedden RA PPRWA, Dame Elizabeth Blackadder RA RWA RSA, Jeanne du Maurier RWA, Wilhelmina Barns-Graham CBE RWA, Anne Redpath ARA RWA RSA, Ann Christopher RA RWA and Emma Stibbon RA RWA.

This exhibition is part of Women with Vision. A ticket to Women with Vision grants you access to all of the galleries and associated exhibitions.

 


Times & Prices

Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5.30pm

Sunday 11am-5pm

CLOSED Mondays

Last admission 30 minutes before closing. The RWA occasionally closes early for special events. Please call ahead or check the website for details.

Adults: £6.95 (includes a 70p donation)

Concessions: £4.95 (includes a 50p donation)

Under 16s/SGS, UoB & UWE students: FREE

National Art Pass holders: 50% discount on ticket price

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