What's on at UCL Art Museum
UCL Art Museum New Acquisitions – Carl Randall in Conversation
Date: 3 February | Time: 6:30pm | Location: South Wing G14 Committee Room | Price: Free | Age group: Adults
Join Carl Randall, artist and Slade alumnus, to discuss one of UCL Art Museum’s latest acquisitions: his series of drawings of survivors of the Hiroshima bombing.
Free, limited places. Booking required: firstname.lastname@example.org
Life and Death Drawing - War, Art and Surgery at the Hunterian Museum
Date: 5 February | Time: 2pm-5pm | Location: Hunterian Museum, 35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3PE | Price: £5 | Age group: Adults
Join UCL Art Museum, Dr Chiara Ambrosio and Dr Carole Reeves to explore the War, Art and Surgery exhibition at the Hunterian Museum and develop your life drawing practice. The workshop consists in a unique mix of observation, drawing and discussion with a philosopher of science and an historian of medicine. An introduction to the exhibition will be provided by Dr Sam Alberti, Director of Museums and Archives at the Royal College of Surgeons.
The workshop is suitable for adults of all levels, from beginners to more confident artists. All materials are provided.
Please note that some people might find some material included in the War, Art and Surgery exhibition upsetting. Please contact email@example.com to ask for more information.
£5, booking required:https://life-drawing-hunterian.eventbrite.co.uk
UCL Art Museum on Tour - Drawing at the Hunterian
Date: 11 February | Time: 2pm-4:30pm | Location: Hunterian Museum, Royal College of Surgeons, 35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3PE | Price: £5 | Age group: Adult
Join UCL Art Museum and Dr Lucy Lyons to explore the Hunterian Museum and develop your drawing practice. The workshop consists in a unique combination of observation, drawing and discussion with an artist and lecturer.
The class is suitable for adults of all levels, from beginners to more confident artists. Please bring your own dry materials.
Please note that some people might find material included in the War, Art and Surgery exhibition or in the permanent collection upsetting. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions before booking.
£5, booking required: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ucl-art-museum-on-tour-drawing-at-the-hunterian-tickets-15221271232
UCL Art Museum Film Club – A Harlot's Progress
Date: 12 February | Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm | Location: Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre | Price: Donations to UCL Film Club are welcome | Age group: Adults
Join UCL Art Museum Film Club for a screening of award-winning A Harlot’s Progress with Toby Jones, a film inspired by the work of artist William Hogarth. There will be an introduction to the film including a viewing of some of UCL Art Museum's Hogarth prints.
Donations welcome. Wine and popcorn will be provided.
Limited places. Booking required.
Animal Instincts: sex and the senses
Date: 13 February | Time: 6 pm - 9 pm | Location: Grant Museum of Zoology, Rockefeller Building, 21 University Street, London, WC1E 6DE. | Price: £3 including a free glass of wine or beer | Age group: over 18s
UCL Museums student events team invite you to explore your senses at a special Museum Late at the Grant.
Cavort amongst the specimens, enjoy an aphrodisiac cocktail (or three...), and get creative with our tactile activities.
With a photo-booth to capture the evening’s revelries and a range of themed cocktails, wines and beer at our cash bar, set your senses a-tingling at this alternative Valentine’s event.
(Copulating ladybirds not guaranteed).
Book via Eventbrite (tickets will also be available on the night, subject to availability).
020 3108 2052 | email@example.com
The Girl at the Door: Equality, Gender & Society
Date: 6-7 March | Time: 6 March, 1pm-8 pm; 7 March, 2pm-6pm | Location: UCL Quad | Price: Free, drop-in | Age group: All
Join UCL Art Museum and artist Kristina Clackson Bonnington on the eve of International Women's Day 2015 to explore the legacy of suffrage and investigate the relationship between art, gender and social change.
UCL's Quad will become a site for investigation and discovery during this two-day creative get-together which will focus on sharing key findings through new collaborative works of art, workshops and talks. Come to find out more about our social history and get creative!