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Royal Holloway, University of London presents Impressions of modern life: prints from The Courtauld Gallery, an exhibition showcasing 24 prints by world-renowned artists.
The study of migration and ethnic identity has always been bound up with the changing political landscape, and this is nowhere more true than in the study of the end of the Roman empire.
Join our Curator, Dr Laura MacCulloch, to explore the story behind this dark depiction of Victorian poverty.
We are pleased to showcase the newest cohort of the Picture Gallery composer-in-residence programme, presenting new music inspired by our beautiful Picture Gallery and its collection.
Join us for an evening of chamber music presented by students from the Department of Music, presented and adjudicated by members of the university’s Quartet-in-Residence and a special guest.
In this lecture Professor Edwards will discuss these themes, illustrating them by comparisons of ancient texts with modern examples drawn from American, British and Greek political contexts.
Join us to celebrate British Science Week with our own Science Festival.
Join Art Collections Cataloguer, Alison Wright, for an opportunity to visit the art store and see some of our treasures from an earlier and highly significant period of British art.
Join one of our art collections volunteers for a short talk on David Roberts’ Pilgrims Approaching Jerusalem.
Join the New Music Collective and their director Nathan James Dearden for an evening celebrating a selection of seminal works of the Open Score project.
On Saturday 14 March Kelly's Storage Charity Events (in partnership with the college), will be hosting a fantastic run aiming to bring together a mix of students, staff, runners, local businesses and
Runnymede Literary Festival
What kinds of embodied engagement are needed in an increasingly hybridized and technologized world? How might challenges to the notion of ‘humanity’ open spaces for animal and other nonhuman entities?
Royal Holloway, University of London, hosts Dr Rachel Sloan (The Courtauld Gallery), who will explore these changes through three case studies.
By drawing upon examples from contemporary organisations, we can learn about the enabling role of accounting and management practices in different historical, social and institutional contexts.
Rebecca Miller and the Royal Holloway Symphony Orchestra guide us through an evening of muscial storytelling at its best, with Grace Williams, Max Bruch and Maurice Ravel.