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This exhibition explores the life of the artist Christiana Herringham (1852-1929) whose collection, along with Thomas Holloway’s, forms the core of the Royal Holloway art holdings.
Hear about the history of the woman whose art inspired the exhibition, and the new research which has thrown light on her importance to the late Victorian Art world and the fight for women’s rights.
Born in a tower and forever influenced by this bird's eye perspective, Bohuslav Martinů’s (1890–1959) style is compelling and unforgettable.
A research presentation by Lucas Leemann (ETH-Zurich). Part of the Politics and International Relations seminar series.
Conservator Harriet Pearson will share her unique insight into Herringham’s working methods and materials, as well as discussing her own work as a painting conservator.
This new venture blends an acoustic trio with live electronic effects, encapsulating the raw essence of musical freedom.
Remembering is essential, to nations and individuals alike; memorials and commemorations, in all their various forms, have a significant role to play in this process.
A research presentation by Nicola Chelotti (University of Loughborough). Part of the Politics and International Relations seminar series.
Drawing on paintings from the Royal Holloway collection, Assistant Curator, Imogen Tedbury, explores attitudes to Italy in Victorian Britain: from anxiety and prejudice to romance and fantasy.
Some of the UK’s most talented student musicians, the Choir of Royal Holloway and the Royal Holloway Chamber Orchestra, return to St John’s Smith Square with the London Mozart Players.
As part of his ‘farewell’ performances across the UK, we welcome back John Mills for an evening of music from Leipzig to Latin-America with J S Bach to Granados and Villa-Lobos.
Discover how Herringham spearheaded this movement though her work as an art writer, artist, and founder of the Society of Painters in Tempera.
This talk will explore some of the implications of that digital mediation both for citizens of digitally-mediated cities and for critical academic scholarship.
Join Dr James Nicholls in a journey where new structures are created to measure electron in lower dimensions at low temperatures. Is this going to be a second electronics revolution?
A research presentation by William Merrin (Swansea University). Part of the Politics and International Relations seminar series.
Join us for a special arts and craft themed late night exhibition opening.