As the NHS approaches a landmark birthday, we consider the crucial role of design in improving work and wellbeing in the UK’s largest employer, over the coming decade and beyond.
Articles & Blogs
18th June 2018
After the summer, RSA Performing Arts Network look forward to joining up with the RSA Team for a special Ideas event with a poetic twist.
18th June 2018
Enter the International Proverse Poetry Prize 2018 for single poems previously unpublished in English. This competition was founded in 2016 by RSA Life Fellow, Dr Verner Bickley, MBE and his wife, Dr Gillian Bickley. Submissio ...
One of the judges’ from this year’s Student Design Awards Competition reflects on the quality of entries and winning projects
A “living nature” fabric, an inclusive kitchen hob guard that enables people with disabilities to cook with confidence, and an animation that champions truth in an era of fake news are among the innovations announced today ...
Patrice Baldwin FRSA considers the combined, destructive impact that the new EBacc, Academies programme, national assessments and ‘national’ curriculum are having on the teaching of arts in English schools. She shares her ...
Ann Packard, MCICH Chairman, reflects on the RSA Fellows’ Borders & MCICH Networks Lunchtime Talks at the 16th-18th March Borders Art Fair (BAF.)
9th May 2018
RSA Historian in Residence Anton Howes explores why the artists involved with the Society of Arts in the late 1750s who wanted to separate "high" art from the dictates of the market, and the obstacles they ultimately faced. ...
What role will the UK’s heritage sector have in 2050?
'Over nine million adults are often or always lonely‘- British Red Cross and the Coop. 'Loneliness is as damaging to our health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day’- Holt-Lundstadt 2015