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Black and white Matrix archive image
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Art & design Talks & workshops Tours & public spaces

How We Live Now

A multi-layered project comprising an installation, publication and events programme exploring a series of important questions about our public spaces and designed environments.

An image of a Cadix Harbour Building in Antwerp
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Art & design Talks & workshops

Architecture on Stage: Sergison Bates architects

Marking the twenty-fifth anniversary of the practice's foundation, Jonathan Sergison, Stephen Bates and Mark Tuff present Sergison Bates architects' recent projects designed from London and Zurich.

Isamu Noguchi studying models with Masatoshi Izumi in Mure, Japan, c.1970s
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Art & design Talks & workshops

Noguchi Conversations: Collaborations and Partnerships

Online

Curators and researchers Alexandra Chang and John Tain discuss and consider collaborations and partnerships across art forms, disciplines, and socio-political contexts in the current global condition.

Show materials used to make art work
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Art & design Talks & workshops

Following the Breath

Free

Join us inside the Conservatory with artist Sam Winston, who uses drawing and breathing to explore the relationship between air quality, environmental issues and mindful creative practice.

Show materials used to make art work
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Talks & workshops Tours & public spaces

Following The Breath Panel Discussion

Free

Join Sam Winston and panellists in the Conservatory as they discuss climate science, air quality, and embodied creative practice.

The Barbican Sculpture Court
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Art & design Talks & workshops

A Brief History of Brutalism at the Barbican

This short course provides an engaging and critical introduction to Brutalist architecture through the iconic and groundbreaking design of the Barbican.

A painting called Bypass I
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Art & design Talks & workshops

New Perspectives on Postwar Art: Six-week evening course

A six week in person course offering an introduction to art made in Britain from 1945 to 1965, a time of upheaval, innovation and creativity after the destruction of the Second World War.

A person is taking a white book from a shelf. The book says 'Shakespeare' on the front in red text.
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Talks & workshops Theatre & dance

Interpreting Shakespeare: Six-week evening course

Explore how the brilliant works of Shakespeare still inform our understanding of the world today in this six-week in-person evening course.

A selection of LGBTQ+ ephemera
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Art & design Talks & workshops Tours & public spaces

Out and About!: 40 LGBTQ+ Moments from Bishopsgate Institute

Bishopsgate Institute stage a take-over of The Curve with an archive installation of objects, ephemera and media highlighting 40 moments and stories in London’s LGBTQ+ history.

Tim Peake at the Barbican
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Talks & workshops

Tim Peake: My Journey to Space

Join Tim Peake on an epic and thrilling journey to the International Space Station as part of his first ever UK tour.