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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.
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.
We welcome British violinist Francesca Barritt to our concert series for an exploration of the wonderful repertoire written for solo violin.
Drawing on paintings from the Royal Holloway collection, this talk by Assistant Curator, Imogen Tedbury, will explore attitudes to Italy in Victorian Britain.
A research presentation by Maria Sobolewska (The University of Manchester). Part of the Politics and International Relations seminar series.
Join the College Chorus for a celebration of music for choir and brass, including Ralph Vaughan Williams’ thrilling setting of Psalm 47 ‘O clap your hands’.
For over a decade and a half our quartet-in-residence the Tippett Quartet have delighted critics and audiences alike with their animated, virtuosic performances.
Learn more about Herringham’s time in India and see the sketches, paintings and photographs she made of the country and its people.
In this talk Curator Laura MacCulloch will explore the connections which Christiana Herringham and her family had to Surrey.