02 Aug 2022
Graphic designer and filmmaker Marina Willer RDI talks to the RSA about her Brazilian childhood, creative education, and path to becoming the first female partner of Pentagram.
RSA Event / Video / Online
14 Jul 2022
Online via YouTube
Campaigner and monetary anthropologist Brett Scott explores the realities of a cashless society – how it works, who stands to gain, who will get left behind and what this future means for data privacy.
12 Jul 2022
RSA House and online via YouTube
What can the RSA’s history tell us about what it takes to make change happen? Join us to celebrate ‘Arts and Minds’, the acclaimed new official history of the RSA, with author, Anton Howes.
07 Jul 2022
Award-winning journalist and editor Jason Cowley revisits key news stories of recent times to reflect on how England has changed, and the state of the nation now.
05 Jul 2022
RSA House and Online via YouTube
Combined authority mayors Andy Burnham and Andy Street visit the RSA to discuss how extended local powers and long-term funding will unlock the potential in people and places and improve outcomes for all communities.
30 Jun 2022
Those in power are often at arm’s length from the problems they are in charge of solving – is this why social inequality remains so entrenched? Writer and rapper Darren McGarvey explores the social remoteness underpinning our failing systems, and what it would take to do better.
29 Jun 2022
How can design help us to build a better future? Alice Rawsthorn, award-winning design critic, author and co-founder of Design Emergency, delivers the 2022 RSA Student Design Awards keynote address.
23 Jun 2022
How can we protect our right to think freely against the vast influence of the internet? Human rights lawyer Susie Alegre explores the long history and current state of the struggle to set our minds free.
16 Jun 2022
Potential solutions for gender prejudice and injustice often require change from women, rather than the system that perpetuates the problem. Here, Everyday Sexism founder Laura Bates demonstrates why we need to fix the system, not the women.
09 Jun 2022
Designed as white by default, the British education system is in drastic need of change. Author, broadcaster and educator Jeffrey Boakye draws on his experiences and expertise as a black teacher and black student to share why change is necessary and what forms it should take.
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