If you’ve missed any of our popular, live Online Talks — or would just like to see them again — you can watch them again ‘On Demand’. The first of our Spring 2022 season talks are now available to watch alongside our Autumn 2021 and Winter 2022 talks. Talks on Demand are £5 each to watch and can be viewed immediately or at a time and date to suit you.
Please note that, unfortunately, our Talks on Demand are currently unavailable to visitors from the European Union (EU).
150 Years of the RSN: Crown To Catwalk
Join Dr Susan Kay-Williams to learn more about the show and hear the stories behind some of the fascinating objects.
I Think My Name is Sewn on Somewhere: Embroidery in Childhood
Amy Hare delivers a captivating talk about a series of objects that have been made over two hundred years either by or for children.
Embroidery in Menswear
Join fashion historian and RSN Tutor Amy Hare as she sheds lights on this fascinating subject.
Unpacking the Grove Book
The book contains an eclectic collection of pieces across different styles and techniques and countries, and is one of the RSN’s greatest treasures
The Bacton Altar Cloth:
The Lost Dress of Elizabeth I
Eleri Lynn discusses her research into the cloth, and Anne Butcher reveals how the RSN created three replica flowers from the design.
Discover Secrets of the RSN’s First 25 Years from One Book
You are cordially invited to the opening of Box 19 of the RSN Archives, which contains a very special book...
From Page to Frame: Meet Gifted RSN Authors
Join Dr Susan Kay-Williams as she talks books with two popular RSN Tutors and authors Jen Goodwin and Heather Lewis (S3)
Caring for the Royal Collection
Join Caroline de Guitaut for an illustrated talk about this fabulous Collection (S3)
Nicola Jarvis: RSN Apprentice to Award-Winning Embroiderer & Degree Tutor in 30 years
We delve into the fascinating life and career of an embroidery entrepreneur (S3)
Fashion Accessories from the RSN
Amy Hare reveals our enduring appreciation of hand embroidered accessories (S3)