RCA Society invites its members (RCA graduates) to participate in ‘The Universe has no Boundary’
Election results announced
Friday 10 May 2019, 8pm
02 /10 /1925 - 02 / 05 / 2019
Peter Kardia was an inspirational art school teacher who taught a generation of British sculptors and artists at both St. Martin’s School of Art and at the Royal College of Art between the years of 1960 to 1986.
First thing on a grey Monday morning in January the RCA launched ’GenerationRCA’ at its Kensington Gore building - famously designed in the ‘1960s brutalist style’ by RCA tutors Hugh Casson, Cadbury Brown and Robert Goodden… and tweeted the question ‘What makes the RCA so special???’
The RCA Student annual Xmas Fayre gets bigger and better each year. This year was no exception: more than 50 students displayed very buyable products - perfect for Xmas gifts. Amongst the stalls run by current students, there was a sprinkling of graduates from previous years - everyone was helping to raise funds for the College Student fund as well as earning some personal pocket money. Products ranged from the novelty fun to more seriously crafted goods.
An exhibition of lens-based works is being organised by AND at ‘eventSpace’ during December and January. The artists invited to take part in this project have used the lens in their work, contributed to AND Journal of Art & Art Education or shown work in AND eventSpace gallery.
We propose there is a creative void between static art and continuous art. The subject area is the transition between static works (painting, sculpture,..) and continuous works (performance, dance, film, music,..)
If you are a member of the RCA Society and paid your £10 annual subscription you will have already received a copy of the annual review and reports. A pdf copy of the review can be downloaded from the link below.
Date: 11 July 2018
Invitation to take part
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Art Gig - an experimental session
Conceived by the Royal College of Art Society but open to all creators. We propose there is a creative void between static art and continuous art.