From the basement of the V&A to a major international visitor attraction. Graham Henderson FRSA examines how the Design Museum has transformed itself.
Articles & Blogs
17th October 2018
The 6th annual Canterbury Arts Conference (CArtsCon) welcomes proposals for papers and presentations from anyone interested in the arts including artists in all disciplines and media,academics, historians, curators, students, ...
5th October 2018
This Autumn, join RSA Scotland for a silent film screening in Edinburgh, and check out the online lecture recording of the GCPH Seminar: 'Is a basic income good for your health?'
What does “home” mean to you? Join Dusanka Marsenic FRSA, Director of GALLERY 106, for an exploration of the influence and power of the notion of home on our lives at the Freud Museum.
Georgina Chatfield, Programme Manager at RSA Academies, and three Year 8 student reporters from Whitley Academy share what happened when RSA Japan Connector Tania Coke came to perform at two RSA schools in September.
Marking the publication of 'Trusted Practice' - a new RSA report documenting a UK/ Korea arts and cultural education exchange - Mark Londesborough explores one of its key themes: how to build trust between arts education ...
"Creativity enables people to think in a novel manner, whereas intelligence in a logical manner”. Does it imply that creativity lacks logic and both notions are mutually exclusive? In her blog, Alla Tkachuh FRSA explores ...
Alla Tkachuk FRSA is the founder of the creativity training in Africa programme MASK. In her blog, she tells us more about it.
What is the 'intellectual dark web' and what do its members really believe?
13th September 2018
Arts and health organisation, Arc, and FRSAs at Manchester Art Gallery have come together to exhibit a stunning and immersive visual arts installation within a geodesic dome in the Clore Art Studio this September. Fellows ...