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Wendy Ramshaw: Rooms of Dreams
28 March 2012 - 24 June 2012
Terrace Rooms
As one of Britain’s leading contemporary designers, Wendy Ramshaw is renowned for her jewellery and distinctive, large scale public art. This major exhibition exhibits key pieces spanning the past fifty years of her acclaimed career.
Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition
27 April 2012 - 20 May 2012
Somerset House
The fifth edition of the exhibition returns to Somerset House this year, with photography exhibitions from the winners and runner-ups of the 2012 Sony World Photography Awards.
World Stages London
01 May 2012 - 31 May 2012
Somerset House
Somerset House is part of World Stages London, a once-in-a-lifetime celebration through theatre of the exhilarating diversity of London's people and culture. Various London venues.
After Bloomsbury: Rugs from the Omega Workshops, 1913–1916
02 May 2012 - 24 June 2012
Great Arch Lobby
In an inspired collaboration between Christopher Farr and The Courtauld Gallery, five handcrafted rugs based on original designs by the Omega Workshops will be unveiled at Somerset House.
Drowning World
10 May 2012 - 05 June 2012
East Wing Galleries
Drowning World is a global photography project about flooding by photo artist Gideon Mendel. Since 2007 Mendel has documented major scenes of devastation around the world; starting in the UK he has photographed floods in Pakistan, Australia and Thailand.
Free Family Workshop: Kokoro Dragons
12 May 2012
Learning Centre
Experiment with brush and ink and scrolls, and take home your own dragons or mythic creatures in the spirit of the Japanese art form Kokoru.
Art on the Line: The Way of Art
12 May 2012
Learning Centre
Develop your screen-printing skills with the support of artist Steve Dixon. Explore the inspirational work of Kokoru, and discover how painters in The Courtauld Gallery have been inspired by the art of Japan and then screen-print your own works.
What Next Songwriters' Day
12 May 2012
The Screening Room
A rare opportunity aspiring musicians to learn from music industry experts, with Sally Gross (Gotan Project manager / music business expert) and Keith Harris (Motown, Stevie Wonder’s tour manager).
Talk: As Everyday As Breathing? Translating across cultures
12 May 2012
The Portico Rooms
Writers and directors involved in World Stages London discuss the impact of collaborating with artists from different cultures. Speakers include Sebastian Nübling, Simon Stephens and other artists involved in creating World Stages London shows.
Free Guided Tour: Hidden Spaces and History
12 May 2012
Somerset House
Discover evidence of Tudor intrigue and Georgian Enlightenment, of scientific curiosity, naval power and extravagant entertainments.
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