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Centre for Visual Cultures: Partners

Our Partners

The Centre for Visual Cultures and its members collaborate with a range of galleries, museums, publications, research centres, charities and other organisations in the UK and globally.

If your organisation would like to work together on a project with us, please email centreforvisualcultures@rhul.ac.uk

 

Museums, galleries and arts organisations

Arp Stiftung, Berlin, Germany 

Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich, Switzerland 

Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art, London 

Fototeca de Cuba 

Graeae Theatre Company, London 

Hatton Gallery, Newcastle 

The Hepworth Wakefield 

Kröller-Müller Museum, Netherlands  

Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain de Strasbourg, France 

Musée du quai Branly, Paris, France 

Musées de la Ville de Strasbourg, France

National Gallery, London 

The National Theatre, London 

P21 Gallery, London 

The Photographers’ Gallery, London 

Southbank Centre, London 

Stichting Art.1, Amsterdam

Tate Exchange, London 

Textile Arts, Newham, London 

Turner Contemporary, Margate  

UK Jewish Film  

Wasps Studio, Glasgow 

 

Research projects and institutions

Forum for European Philosophy, London School of Economics (Danielle Sands)

Inclusive Description for Equality and Access (Hannah Thompson)

Interdisciplinary Italy (Giuliana Pieri)

Large Exhibitions: Spanish Contemporary Art for Mainstream Audiences, based at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Lidia Merás)

Medieval in Contemporary Art, a partnership between the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL and the IES (Rachel Scott)

Multilingualism: Empowering Individuals, Transforming Societies (MEITS), project based at the University of Cambridge (James Kent)

TECHNE Doctoral Partnership, including collaborations with institutions such as the Victoria and Albert Museum  

 

Other projects and partners 

Film Quarterly (James Williams)

Francisco Mata Rosas (photographer, photojournalist, and professor at UAM, Mexico) (Miriam Haddu) 

Sonia Allori (composer), Vaia Paziana (artist), Dada’s Women (Ruth Hemus)

VocalEyes (Hannah Thompson)

 

Collaborations within Royal Holloway

Centre for Victorian Studies

Geohumanities Research Centre

Poetic Practice Research Centre

Royal Holloway Picture Gallery 

 

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Image at top of page shows CVC member Kate Devine giving a talk at the National Gallery in front of ‘Bathers’ (Les Grandes Baigneuses) by Paul Cézanne.

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