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The Asociación Cultural Peruano Británica (Británico) in Peru is hosting a series of events organised by the RSA Peru which feature videos RSA events and follow-up conversations led by local experts. The aim of this series ...
Czech philosopher Jan Patoçka's concept of ‘putting soul in the city’ immediately intrigued Graham Henderson FRSA, and he set about exploring what we could learn from his work.
How can we put soul into our cities? Graham Henderson FRSA explores the importance of public art and discusses why we might need to approach it differently.
Underfunding of the arts is holding back our communities, argues arts leader and cultural entrepreneur Graham Henderson FRSA.
Sarah Pickstone FRSA explores the ideas behind European Youth Music Refugee Choirs and European Youth Music Week and explains a new initiative to bring the UK’s young musicians and refugees together for a collaborative week ...
In the RSA's pursuit of establishing an arts and cultural education Evidence Champions Network, Naomi Bath explores what it might mean to become 'evidence-rich'.
20th March 2018
Akiko Yanagisawa FRSA invites Fellows to join the conversation at “Noh Reimagined 2018: The Sublime Illusion” at Kings Place London 29−30 June 2018.
Julie O'Donnell FRSA tackles the complex question of how we can measure the impact of the Arts on our local communities.
Petra Štefanková reflects on a collaborative drawing session she hosted at József Szinnyei Library in Komárno, Slovakia with children aged 6 to 14. This event was hosted in conjunction with 92Y as part of the Seven Days of ...