The Royal Academy of Art

Since 1768 Burlington House has proudly stood on Piccadilly. One of London’s most recognisable and prestigious addresses, it was founded by King George III as home to The Royal Academy of Art.

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A mix of exhibitions, education and debate allows the Academy to promote the enjoyment and appreciation of art. Increasingly, innovative courses also allow visitors to create their own!

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Royal Academy exhibitions are famous across the world. The exhibitions span all form; from modern art, to sculpture and architecture. Many are free to attend.

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Within the Academy is a school. The Royal Academy School offers three-year postgraduate courses to art students. The School is a platform for new artists to develop and is a shining example of how The Royal Academy continues the legacy of King George ~ to promote the enjoyment and appreciation of art.

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The Academy receives no funding from the government and therefore relies on the support of visitors, donors and sponsors. Support also comes from the members of The Friends of The Royal Academy. Be sure to visit and think about joining as a friend. Maybe while relaxing in the cafe or restaurant, where CHASH are proud to provide the tea!!!

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