Ben Uri is committed to lifelong learning and engagement with art, and we have a rich adult programme to allow all ages to enjoy art within the gallery.
What’s On – Talking Art, Making Art, Watching Art
Using Art Differently: Migration and Wellbeing panel discussion.
Don’t worry if you missed the talk we will upload an audio recording of the panel discussion soon.
Life Drawing Classes have now resumed for the new term. To book you place please sign up here.
Participants will enjoy a private, after hours viewing of our current exhibition and expert tuition from an experienced art tutor. Easels and art materials are all provided.
Screening ‘Art in Revolution’ 1972, Lutz Becker
Join Ben Uri at JW3 on 21st February at 8pm for a film screening followed by a panel discussion to discuss the experimental works that emerged after the Russian Revolution and their significance to date. Speakers include:
Dr Marie Collier a Sackler Research Forum Postdoctoral Fellow, from the Courtauld Institute and Soviet specialist who wrote her thesis on ‘Visualising Socialist Construction: Architectural Photographs in Soviet mass printed media c. 1928-1937’.
Professor John Milner, a Courtauld Professor of 20th Century Russian Art and co-curator of the upcoming ‘Revolution: Russian Art 1917-1932′ at the Royal Academy.
Professor Sarah Wilson from the Courtauld Institute and Professor John Milner Exhibition from the Royal Academy who curated ‘Revolution: Russian Art 1917-1932′.
To book or find out more please click on our Eventbrite page.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Limited parking is available on the street. The gallery is well serviced by bus routes and is situated between Swiss Cottage and St. John’s Wood tube stations, and Kilburn High Road Overground station.
What should I bring to the event?
Just your good self as all materials provided.
Who can claim concessionary rates?
Students, those in receipt of state pensions, housing or council tax benefits, those on income support, those claiming jobseekers’ allowance and anyone registered disabled
Is there wheelchair access to the gallery?
There is step-free access to the Ben Uri upper gallery. The nature of the building means that it is not possible for wheelchair users or those with mobility difficulties to access our lower galleries, however we do offer a digital slideshow of all works on display so they can be appreciated by all.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please email email@example.com or call us on 0207 604 3991.