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.
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.
All RCA Society Members will have received in the post an issue of the latest printed Newsletter. Information about the graduate SHOWs which have now started is included as well as notice that we'll be holding our AGM after the summer. Also our project for the LFA (London Festival of Architecture) 'Sensory City' is currently showing at AND eventSpace in Whitechapel... it is an evolving exhibition and event which is gathering evidence and elements which expresses London's identity.... images, sounds, videos...
After the night (13th June 2017) it happened I had walked out of my residential street to go on to the local Tube station to make an anticipated visit somewhere. However, although it was early morning I found I could hardly move anywhere long enough to be able to travel easily out of my area. The street was mostly empty and cordoned off with police on bikes zooming protectively about.
Download - PDF Annual Report 2015 (800K)
RCA Society AGM 2015 (Annual General Meeting)
16th August 2015
11am (coffee) for 11.30 - 1pm AGM
The RCA Society was sad to hear that one of our members, the world renowned and celebrated Video artist, David Hall, died in October.(1937 - 2014).
Initially a sculptor, David Hall pioneered Video art producing a number of seminal works for gallery exhibition and TV. He taught in a number of Art schools including the RCA and founded the Time Based Media Course at Maidstone College of Art.