Back From the Front Events Programme

To accompany the Back From the Front Exhibitions the RWA have scheduled a programme of fascinating events to give participants a greater insight to these challenging, thought provoking  and often moving exhibitions.

Back From the Front – Art, Memory and the Aftermath of War explores the theme of conflict and memory across a series of interrelated exhibitions, including Brothers in Art: John and Paul Nash; Shock and Awe, Re-membering I, Re-membering II and The Death of Nature.

Shock and Awe: Contemporary Artists at War and Peace ‘Walk and Talk
Free with exhibition entry

SATURDAY 26 JULY 11:30AM
Professor Paul Gough RWA will lead an informal ‘walk and talk’ tour of this challenging, diverse and fascinating exhibition.

Brothers in Art: John and Paul Nash ‘Walk and Talk’
Free with exhibition entry

SATURDAY 2 AUGUST 2PM
An informal tour of the Nash show led by exhibition curator Gemma Brace.

Art and War: Truth, Propaganda and Protest Half-Day Workshop | £10 | £5 Friends, RWA, Artist Network Members and Students

SATURDAY 9 AUGUST 2-5:30PM
Looking at the wider themes of the exhibition, this half-day workshop will combine gallery-based talks with an illustrated lecture led by exhibiting artists and Dr Grace Brockington, senior lecturer in Art History, University of Bristol.

Shock and Awe: In discussion…
Free with exhibition entry

SATURDAY 30 AUGUST 2PM
Join Dr Hazel Brown, Project Research Assistant (UWE First World War Centenary projects) and exhibiting artists, for an informal, gallery-based discussion.

Landscape and the things behind: The Places and Paintings of the Nash Brothers; Art History Day School£30

SATURDAY 13 SEPTEMBER 10.30AM – 4.30PM

This study day led by Dr Justine Hopkins, offers an opportunity to explore the paintings of the Nash brothers. The day will include three lectures and a tour of the show.

Download the full programme here BFTF Whats On
For further information and how to book please visit http://www.rwa.org.uk

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