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. Instructors 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 RIBA Education Resource Boxes or plan a self-guided visit to the V&A + RIBA Architecture Gallery.
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.
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 Curator.