Bookable events

Explore our autumn season of bookable events below or see our free events

January 2019

Hendrick Avercamp: A Winter Scene with Skaters near a Castle
Course

Monday 7 January, 2–4pm

Sainsbury Wing Conference Room 2
Detail from 'Section of the Rotunda, Leicester Square' by Robert Mitchell. By permission of the British Library
Lecture
The Paul Mellon lectures: Global landscape in the age of Empire

Monday 7 January, 6.30–8.30pm

Sainsbury Wing Theatre
Detail from Paul Cézanne, Self Portrait, about 1880-1
Course

Wednesday 9, 16, 23, 30 January, 6, 13, 20, 27 February & 6 & 13 March, 11am–1pm

Sainsbury Wing Theatre
William Hodges, 'A View of Matavai Bay in the Island of Otaheite [Tahiti]', 1776 © Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
Lecture
The Paul Mellon lectures: Global landscape in the age of Empire

Monday 14 January, 6.30–7.45pm

Sainsbury Wing Theatre
Poussin 'The triumph of Pan'
Discussion

Tuesday 15 January, 12.45–1.45pm

Sainsbury Wing Conference Room 2
A printing workshop
Workshop
Survival! A festival of animals in art

Saturday 19 January, 11am–4pm

Pigott Education Centre Foyer
Detail from Gericault: 'A Horse frightened by Lightning', about 1813-14
Lecture
Survival! A festival of animals in art

Saturday 19 January, 11am–1pm

Sainsbury Wing Theatre
Detail from Paolo Uccello, Saint George and the Dragon, about 1470
Talk
Survival! A festival of animals in art

Saturday 19 January, 11.45am–12.45pm

Sainsbury Wing Guided Tour Meeting Point
Landseer's lion sculpture, Trafalgar Square
Course
Survival! A festival of animals in art

Saturday 19 January, 1.45–2.45pm

National Gallery Café
Fountain pen writing in script
Workshop
Survival! A festival of animals in art

Saturday 19 January, 3.30–5.30pm

Sainsbury Wing Conference Room 1
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