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RCA2020 Online - July 2020 Shows

16 July - 30 July 2020
The Vice-Chancellor, Dr Paul Thompson, is delighted to invite you, to a series of exclusive online events in celebration of RCA2020.
From In Conversations to student Q&As, hosted by world-renowned leaders across art and design - join us for these unique events, bringing a dynamic to RCA2020 which goes far beyond a collection of portfolios.
RCA looks forward to welcoming you to these exclusive events - to register, simply click on the relevant links below.

Preview Tour of Fine Art
14 July 2020 | 6.00pm - 8.00pm
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The Vice-Chancellor, Dr Paul Thompson, and Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities, Professor Ken Neil, are delighted to invite you to an exclusive online tour of RCA2020's Fine Art Collections before they open to the public.
Q&A with Evan Spiegel and Zowie Broach
Friday 17 July 2020 | 4.45pm - 5.45pm
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Please join us for a Q&A with Evan Spiegel, Co-Founder and CEO of Snap Inc., moderated by RCA School of Design, Head of Fashion programme, Zowie Broach.
There will be a wider public events programme, active for the first two weeks following launch, including webinars, Meet the Maker presentations, online tours and Q&As; from across College to Programme specific.
Sir David Adjaye OBE X RCA Architecture
Thursday 30 July 2020 | 5.00pm - 6.00pm
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Join Dr Adrian Lahoud and students from the School of Architecture for this exclusive School of Architecture Q&A event with Sir David Adjaye OBE, world-leading architect and RCA alumnus.

In Conversation: Professor Lubaina Himid CBE with Dr Omar Kholeif
Thursday 23 July 2020 | 6.00pm - 7.15pm
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Lubaina Himid CBE (RCA MA Cultural History 1984) is the winner of the 2017 Turner prize and Professor of Contemporary Art at the University of Central Lancashire. She will be in conversation with Dr Omar Kholeif  (RCA Curating Contemporary Art 2011), Director of Collections and Senior Curator for the Sharjah Art Foundation. The conversation will be introduced by Professor Ken Neil, Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities and followed by a Q&A.
• The aim is for events to be recorded, permissions depending. If you register for an event but are unable to attend, you should receive a link a short time after to view the video.