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Join us to celebrate British Science Week with our own Science Festival.
Join Art Collections Cataloguer, Alison Wright, for an opportunity to visit the art store and see some of our treasures from an earlier and highly significant period of British art.
Join one of our art collections volunteers for a short talk on David Roberts’ Pilgrims Approaching Jerusalem.
Join the New Music Collective and their director Nathan James Dearden for an evening celebrating a selection of seminal works of the Open Score project.
Runnymede Literary Festival
Professor Parker-Starbuck’s work has focused upon the historical and theoretical implications of new media/multimedia and its relationship to the body in performance.
By drawing upon examples from contemporary organisations, we can learn about the enabling role of accounting and management practices in different historical, social and institutional contexts.
Rebecca Miller and the Royal Holloway Symphony Orchestra guide us through an evening of muscial storytelling at its best, with Grace Williams, Max Bruch and Maurice Ravel.
To conjure the dark days of Lent, the concert will include Ēriks Ešenvalds’ powerful Passion and Resurrection, Barber’s famous Adagio for Strings, ending with Fauré’s ever-popular Requiem.
You might be familiar with the Victorian paintings in the Picture Gallery, but how well do you know Royal Holloway’s other art collections?
Kate Edmondson (Conservator of Works on Paper) and Tanya Millard (Assistant Conservator of Works on Paper) look into how they repair, protect, and conserve significant art works.
How do we choose the groups that are important to us? What are the consequences of our choices?
2020 CRIS annual distinguished sustainability lecture by Baroness Lola Young of Hornsey OBE
This exhibition will provide a unique insight into the work of the photojournalist Peter Robinson (1944), who is one of the world’s foremost photographers of football.
The Chapel Choir sing the ancient service of Choral Evensong in the beautiful surroundings of St Paul’s Cathedral.
Join us for an art collections open day in the Picture Gallery, celebrating dogs in art!