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Sarah Piram is the curator for the Iranian collections at the V&A. She is completing a collaborative doctoral degree at Paris Nanterre University and the Louvre Museum. Alexandra Magub is the research assistant for the Epic Iran exhibition at the V&A. She completed a collaborative doctoral degree at SOAS University of London and the British Museum.
I was amazed by how well the online system worked. It was great having the materials, being able to re-watch the recorded talks and have a bit of less formal "chat" on the website. Thank you! Previous student, Autumn Term 2020
V&A Academy Online courses are built using the latest Microsoft software. Tune in to expert lectures live, or catch up later on demand. Download handouts and presentations. Join the discussion in a secure, closed class environment, wherever you are.
21 April 2021 - 26 May 2021
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Open 9.30 - 17.30, Monday to Sunday (closed 24-26 December)