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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.
‘Forgotten Black TV Drama’ season at BFI Southbank (February 2019)
Join us for an evening showcasing the talents of the postgraduate students at the Department of Music.
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.
Since its unification in 1861, the Italian nation has been viewed, both internally and externally, as always ‘late’: late to modernity, to unification, to nationalism.
Adam Koszary will give a talk entitled 'MERL (Museum of English Rural Life): authenticity, voice and storytelling by museums on social media'.
A research presentation by Covadonga Meseguer (LSE). Part of the Politics and International Relations seminar series.
To celebrate the exhibition 'Christiana Herringham: artist, collector, suffragist' Curator, Laura MacCulloch will look at the women artists whose works are held in the art collections.
Experience the sophisticated and sensuous music of Couperin, Campra and Boismortier, alongside new music exploring the sonorous potential of period instruments.
This talk by Art Cataloguer, Erin Mckellar, highlights our collection of Kerr Lawson's works, centring on the artist’s skilful rendering of architectural views of Rome.
We are pleased to showcase the newest cohort of the Picture Gallery composer-in-residence programme, presenting new music inspired by our beautiful Picture Gallery and its collection.
In this performance, pianist and Leverhulme Research Fellow, Zubin Kanga, performs newly-commissioned works.
Distinguished historian Thomas Cogswell will illuminate the sexual passions, court intrigue, and legal manoeuverings of the last years of James I.
A research presentation by Mike Spagat (Economics). Part of the Politics and International Relations seminar series.
Join us for a special late-night exhibition opening celebrating women’s rights.
This talk will argue that while there is no temporal logic inherent in technologies, artifacts do play a central role in the constitution of time regimes.