Our online events bring together artists and creative professionals to share performance, ideas and knowledge between nations. Find out what's coming up, and catch up on our most recent events.
Mapping the Post Pandemic (Art) World
Together with Samsung, we're discussing leading trends and topics around how the arts have stepped up and evolved following the Covid pandemic. We will be joined by inspirational names from across the art world to will delve into all the details and you can join us too – just head to the online link below.
UK / AU Season 21/22
Join a digital event as part of our UK/Australia Season, a major new cultural exchange celebrating the diverse and innovative artist communities and cultural sectors of each nation. Ranging across theatre, film, visual arts, dance, design, creative technology, architecture, music, literature, museums and broadcast, the artistic programme will feature a number of world, UK and Australian premieres.
Have you seen these videos before? If you haven't, or you'll like to watch any again, you'll find many of our previous videos below, including The Missing Pillar talks, how to compose for film and TV (from the SXSW festival) and more.
Fashion Open Studio: Bhukram – Nature as Inspiration
Our third COP26 event in partnership with Fashion Open Studio provides a tour of natural-dyed cotton brand Bhukram's studio in a village in north-eastern Thailand to see their work and design process.
The Missing Pillar Talks 2022
The Missing Pillar Talks is a series of talks and discussions that look at culture’s contribution to the UN Agenda 2030, the Sustainable Development Goalsa and a global way of thinking about the world, our role in it and our responsibilities to others. Perhaps we could view this new way of thinking as a new 'common sense' around which to build a shared, brighter future. But how does common sense translate from global to local?
The Missing Pillar Talks 2021: Heritage and Sustainable Development
The Missing Pillar Talks is a series of panel conversations about culture’s contribution to sustainable development. The first event on 29 March was hosted as part of the three-day event Heritage of Future Past, and looked to sustainable development through a heritage lens.
SXSW – Composing for film and TV
This event, delivered as part of the virtual edition of SXSW (South By South West), explores how TV music has evolved since the emergence and dominance of streaming. We’re joined by composers Michael Price and Hannah Peel, and music supervisor Ed Bailie.
The Garden of Privatised Delights – panel discussions
In the run up to, and during, The Garden of Privatised Delights, this year’s British Pavilion exhibition for the 17th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, we present a series of online panel discussions exploring the exhibition's themes, in partnership with Sto Werkstatt.
Watch below, or catch up on the series.
A Meeting Place – online global discussions for museum and gallery professionals
Our series of recent webinars explore some of the biggest questions and challenges facing museum and gallery professionals today, from digital transformation and community engagement to decolonisation and sustainability. The webinar below, titled 'From an unsustainable past to a sustainable future', took place on 23 March 2021. Catch up on the series.
UK visa routes for artists
This captioned recording of our ‘UK visa routes for artists’ event took place in November 2020. The webinar presents a general guide to the main immigration routes for artists coming to the UK for visits or work, as were accurate at the time of the recording.