Bookable events

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

January 2019

Fountain pen writing in script
Course
Survival! A festival of animals in art

Saturday 19 January, 3.30–5.30pm

Sainsbury Wing Conference Room 1
Detail from George Stubbs: 'Whistlejacket', about 1762
Workshop
Survival! A festival of animals in art

Saturday 19 January, 3.30–5.30pm

Room 34
Detail showing the dog from Thomas Gainsborough, 'Mr and Mrs William Hallett ('The Morning Walk')' 1785
Lecture
Survival! A festival of animals in art

Sunday 20 January, 11.15am–1pm

Sainsbury Wing Theatre
Course
Survival! A festival of animals in art

Sunday 20 January, 11.15am–12.30pm

Sainsbury Wing Guided Tour Meeting Point
A drawing class with wolves
Workshop
Survival! A festival of animals in art

Sunday 20 January, 11.30am–1.30pm

Pigott Education Centre Foyer
Detail from Henri Rousseau, ‘Surprised!’, 1891
Course
Survival! A festival of animals in art

Sunday 20 January, 1.45–2.15pm

Room 41
Detail from Henri Rousseau: 'Surprised!'
Workshop
Survival! A festival of animals in art

Sunday 20 January, 1.45–5.30pm

Room 41
Course
Survival! A festival of animals in art

Sunday 20 January, 1.45–2.45pm

Sainsbury Wing Guided Tour Meeting Point
A drawing class with wolves
Workshop
Survival! A festival of animals in art

Sunday 20 January, 2.45–4.45pm

Pigott Education Centre Foyer
Joseph Mallord William Turner, Leeds, 1816. Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
Lecture
The Paul Mellon lectures: Global landscape in the age of Empire

Monday 21 January, 6.30–7.45pm

Sainsbury Wing Theatre
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