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Royal Academy - Oceania Exhibitiion
Tuesday 20 November 2018

Oceania continues the RA’s tradition of hosting outstanding exhibitions exploring world cultures and celebrates 250 years since Captain Cook’s first voyage to the Pacific, which began in 1768. Cook’s expedition encountered a vast number of island civilizations and indigenous populations with their own powerful art and traditions. Oceania brings together some 200 exceptional original works from public and private collections worldwide. This trip also gives you an opportunity to visit the revamped Royal Academy, with its new galleries housing the permanent collection, including ‘The Vaults’ that are open for the first time as an exhibition space. Also showing (not included in the price below) is an exhibition of drawings by Klimt and Schiele. The Royal Academy, situated in Piccadilly, is ideally located for your last-minute Christmas shopping amid London’s dazzling festive window-dressing!

For further information and a booking form please go to the 'Our Society' page and scroll down to 'Documents' and then click on the Oceania booking form.