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Harriet Aston 'Dancing Mania'

Harriet Aston’s installation at AND eventSpace transformed a white cool gallery environment into a forest of mysterious soft forms.... This army of self supporting works made of rough fibrous paper, that was destined to wrap bed mattresses, stood deceptively motionless for several days - as if aware of their place in the scheme of things but enjoying their moment of celebrity - until collapsing under their own weight and their special ability to absorb surplus humidity.

RCA Shows 2016

The Royal College of Art's 2016 Graduate SHOWs

June 23 – July 3

London Festival of Architecture AND Association with RCA Society

1-30 June 2016

Organised by Royal College of Art Society + AND Association

Helena Hartmann Roisin Monaghan, Colin Lindsay 7 Hours

“7 hours…” organised by Helena Hartmann took place on a bright but cold day in February. The performance event was part of a collaborative series between AND eventSpace and the RCA Society which invited submissions from artists to use the gallery space for “One Day…”.

Alan Rickman (1946 - 2016)

Alan Rickman who passed away on January 14 is probably best known as one of Britains leading actors. Following roles at the RSC - The Tempest, Love’s Labour’s Lost - he developed his ‘villainous’ persona in the movies and earned a number of prestigious awards for his work. His more recent villany and most popular film role was the ‘dark’ Professor Severus Snape in the ‘Harry Potter’ series ….

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The RCA Society is the original organisation of graduates, staff and associates of the Royal College of Art. As you have been very much part of the RCA’s evolution why not join the RCA Society....and be part of the future? The annual membership fee is only £10. New graduates are entitled to 18 months free membership.

Roderick Coyne “Overlaid Landscapes”

Mourning for the soldiers who were slaughtered in the First World War can never be complete. No final requiem terminates the collective lamentation. Roderick Coyne's photographs of the Somme show the affinity of the French landscape to the corresponding geological formations in south-east England. In this exhibition a whole wall is given over to French and English woodlands together with a computer assisted merger.

The exhibition ‘Off the Wall’

by Mavis Sze Wong
The exhibition ‘Off the Wall’  (sponsored by DAAD) was held on-board HQS Wellington, which is docked at Victoria Embankment, London.

RCA Society AGM 2015

Download - PDF Annual Report 2015 (800K) 

RCA Society AGM 2015 (Annual General Meeting)

16th August 2015

11am (coffee) for 11.30 - 1pm AGM

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