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Update from Intoart ‘Place and Repeat’

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This is a guest blog by Intoart about their current research and artistic development programme ‘Place and Repeat’        Six artists from Intoart are engaging with the V&A collections over seven months, Sept 2015– March 2016 to make new visual artwork that will be realised as unique fabric designs. The resulting printed fabrics will […]

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Peter Brook from Archive to Action: Schools’ Outreach Project

A Midsummer Night’s Dream rehearsal. Photo by Douglas H Jeffery © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

The ‘Peter Brook Archive to Action’ Schools’ project, generously supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, formally began this term on the 2nd October when the 18 project partners were all invited to the V&A for a Twilight session. We were delighted to see so many teachers, museum educators and theatre practitioners attend, each of whom […]

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Media in Transition

Just spent a really exciting few days at the Tate, courtesy of the V&A, learning a great deal about both the exhibition and conservation of video, at the Media in Transition conference. Having worked in video for over a decade I felt I knew a lot about the medium, but being able to see a series of different […]

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DAY 3 @ the V&A: Behind the Scenes of my Shakespeare Course

Platform Shoes, Vivian Westwood, 1993

This is a guest post by Dr Enza De Francisci who is currently preparing a Shakespeare and Italy course at the V&A supported by the University College London-King’s College London Collaborative Learning Fellowship in the Arts, Society and the Humanities (Arts and Humanities Research Council) Today’s day at the V&A involved taking my international students […]

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Samsung Digital Classroom: 3D Printed Jewellery

This week we have been hosting Black Country Atelier as part of the Samsung Digital Classroom to create 3D printed jewellery inspired by the V&A’s collections. Black Country Atelier are a studio of artists, designers, scientists and engineers who as well as taking on commissions, run innovative design workshops in schools and museums. We have […]

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Creativeworks Entrepreneur in Residence: Sigune Hamann

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Completing her CEIR residency funded by Creative Works London Sigune Hamann exhibited a panoramic film-strip at RAUMX. The installation reflects her research into methods of reading and displaying panoramic images in relation to East Asian scrolls as part of research at the V&A and Tokyo Wondersite.   At the V&A Hamann took photographic film-strips of visitors […]

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Fascinating Footwear: Short History of Shoes

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Join us in September for a fantastic short course on this history of shoes led by Fiona Campbell, lecturer at the London College of Fashion and designer/maker of shoes! 3 Day Short Course 30 September, 14.30-17.00 1 October, 10.30-13.00 2 October, 14.30-17.00 £125 / £110 concessions   Due to the success of the Shoes: Pleasure […]

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Sound Out at the V&A, Sat 20 June 2015

V&A Sound Out, was an collaborative performance for a group of voices in the museum working with artist Sharon Gal on Saturday 20 June 2015. This event was part of the programme for All of This Belongs to You, an exhibition at the intersection of design, democracy and public life. The V&A belongs to all […]

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An Indian Summer at Glastonbury

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This week sees the return of Glastonbury Festival to Worthy Farm in Somerset. Awash with wellies, crowds and jaw dropping performances, this year will include a new guest – the Victoria and Albert Museum and its youth collective CreateVoice. Glastonbury Festival © Andrew Allcock To mark the V&A acquiring the Glastonbury archive from the Eavis […]

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Day Two at the V&A: Behind the Scenes of my Shakespeare Course

Gilded teak angel by Hibbert C, Binney known as The Spirit of Gaiety and originally designed for the dome of the first Gaiety Theatre, Aldwych, where it was erected in March 1904. Hibbert C. Binney

This is a guest post by Dr Enza De Francisci who is currently preparing a Shakespeare and Italy course at the V&A supported by the University College London-King’s College London Collaborative Learning Fellowship in the Arts, Society and the Humanities (Arts and Humanities Research Council)   So it is Day Two of my Shakespeare Course […]

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