Important notice in relation to Covid-1903 June 2021
Academy House is open subject to maximum occupancy levels. Academy staff continue to work remotely, unless there is a need for them to be present to support core activities. Plans for the further phases will be progressed on foot of public health advice and a review of the initial phase of re-opening.
The Library will be closed to readers and visitors from 2-31 August for stock-taking.
We invite you to view our online exhibitions, listen to past lectures and conferences, read the Library’s Blog posts and explore our other digital collections. Our online catalogue is freely available and includes many digitised items from our Prints and Drawings Collections. For enquiries email email@example.com and the librarian on duty will get back to you. You can also follow us on Twitter @Library_RIA and Instagram @rialibrary.
Publications and webshop orders
Our online bookshop is open and orders for books, journals, prints and stationery will be shipped Tuesday to Thursday every week. Customers can also choose to click and collect Tuesday to Thursday between 10:00 and 16:00. For any queries in relation to orders, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are making events available as online exhibitions or virtual events. Please check the events listing for updates.
All RIA research projects are working remotely. They are continuing with their research and publication schedules. Do look at individual project web pages and news items to see how RIA projects are making new materials available online and providing greater resources for the public during the current crisis.
We know that the implications of the current situation on grant schemes and funded projects will be felt over the next weeks and months, and project timelines and plans may be unavoidably affected as a result of steps taken to contain the virus.
We are focused on anticipating and alleviating the pressures caused by this situation on grants schemes insofar as is practicable. To this end, we are addressing the needs of individual grant schemes and projects on a case-by-case basis.
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