What's On Monday 11 February 2013

 Exhibitions

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    EXHIBITION: Light from the Middle East: New Photography presents work by artists from across the Middle East (spanning North Africa to Central Asia), living in the region and in diaspora.

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 Courses

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    YEAR COURSE: Learn about the great design movements, practices and practitioners associated with the Twentieth Century and discover the background to their genesis in the social, political, economic and aesthetic events that began around the year 1900. Mondays, 17 September 2012 – 22 July 2013 (over 3 terms), 11.00–15.30

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 Evening events

 Free talks & tours

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    TOUR: Join this daily one hour tour which describes the history of the V&A and introduces a selection of treasures from the Museum's outstanding collections.

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    Free entry

    TOUR: Join this daily one hour tour which introduces the V&A's stunning Medieval & Renaissance Galleries. Starting at the Meeting Point, Grand Entrance at 11.30.

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    Free entry

    FREE TALK: When you start looking, you see all sorts of marvellous detail in the walls, floors, ceilings and windows that illustrate the V&A's raison d'etre - the successful partnership of Science and Art.

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    Free entry

    TOUR: Take a guided tour of the V&A's exciting theatre and performance collections, including rock & pop posters, theatre and ballet costumes, puppets, stage sets and more! See new costumes from the Lion King now on display.

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    TOUR: Join this daily one hour tour which introduces the V&A's stunning British Galleries which house the most comprehensive collection of British design and art on view anywhere in the world.

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 Membership Events

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    Spencer House was built in 1756 – 1766 for John, first Earl Spencer, an ancestor of Diana, Princess of Wales.

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    In advance of a major retrospective at Tate Modern featuring more than 160 works by Roy Lichtenstein (1923 – 1997), the Daily Telegraph art critic and BBC broadcaster Alastair Sooke examines the reputation and legacy of one of the great American artists of the twentieth century.

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