Learning spaces

Victoria and Albert Museum

Students studying material in the Prints, Drawings and Archives Education Room, V&A

 Students studying material in the Prints, Drawings and Archives Education Room, V&A

 

Education groups can view material from the RIBA's Drawings and Archives Collections at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Instructors may choose between a guided or self-guided workshop; those planning a self-guided workshop are encouraged to select materials for viewing prior to their visit by exploring the RIBA's range of online resources:

 

Instructors also may reserve one of the resource boxes or plan a self-guided visit to the V&A. Alternatively, instructors may wish to work with Library staff to select resources for a specialised workshop. Guided workshops can include tours of the Architecture Gallery and other relevant sites at the V&A. To book a workshop or resource box, please contact the Education and Outreach Programme Manager.

Learning spaces at the V&A

Two learning spaces are available at the V&A:

  • RIBA Architecture Study Rooms can accommodate groups of up to ten people
  • Prints, Drawings and Architecture Education Room (PDA Education Room) can hold up to 16 people for workshops, talks and presentations

Both rooms are available from 10am - 5pm, Tuesday to Friday. Groups must book their visit at least three weeks in advance by contacting the Education and Outreach Programme Manager.

 

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