Join Philip Hughes, author of 'Tracks', at Charleston House to discuss how the land surrounding you can shape and inspire art while surrounded by Hughes' own paintings.
Yuval Zommer, the talented creator of 'The Big Book' children’s book series, will be hosting a workshop at the South London Gallery Children's Book Fair.
Eight Thames & Hudson authors will speak at this year's festival: Eugénie Shinkle, Martin Salisbury, Bjorn Berge, Irving Finkel, Frances Borzello, Bill Manley, Joe Studholme and Lucy Johnston.
Illustrator Aušra Kiudulaite and author Evelina Daciuteopen up the secrets of their book and talk about what makes them happy.
William Myers (author of 'Bio Art: Altered Realities') explains how BioArt responds to our changing definitions of life, nature, and identity.
Yuval Zommer, author and illustrator, will be sharing amazing facts about some beastly characters from his new book: lions, tigers, bears, hippos, hyenas and many, many more!
The author of 'Weatherland' gives a talk at this Grade I-listed 18th century mansion, surrounded by 120 acres of parkland that was landscaped by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown.
Flora Magnifica: Why floral designers display and disrupt nature.
The history of 'Joseph Banks’ Florilegium' encompasses Captain Cook’s 'first voyage', and the revelatory scientific discoveries that came out of it.
Dr Sandra Piesik believes that we urgently need to start embracing local building traditions to help protect the environment.