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RCA Christmas Fete 2017

RCA Christmas Fete brings together RCA students and alumni to deliver beautifully crafted goods for the wider community of art and design lovers, and local and international visitors. Work includes ceramics, jewellery, contemporary prints, textiles and illustrations.

RCA SU Election 2017-2018

Around this time of the year most second year students will be anxiously thinking of producing work for their Final Shows whilst first year students will have just about settled into the workings of the College and feeling they have all the time in the world.

RCA Shows 2016

The Royal College of Art's 2016 Graduate SHOWs

June 23 – July 3

Stuart Croft

My friend Stuart Croft, who has died of heart failure aged 44, was an influential and internationally recognised artist/film-maker whose work investigated the relationship between art and cinema.

The Royal College of Art And the First World War

RCA Library Commemorates Great War with Remembrance Exhibition.
In 2014 a small commemorative exhibition was held at the College 24 October 2014, inspired by a memorial plaque to former students who had died during the First World War. Percy Metcalfe, the sculptor responsible for the memorial, had himself interrupted his studies at the College to join the army.

RCA Fashion Show 2013

During it's 100 year history the "Royal College of Art" has built a reputation as being the world's foremost post-graduate arts and design university. In the coming month the College once again opens its doors to the public to view its graduating students’ Shows.

RCA Fine Art Degree Shows 2011

RCA Fine Art Degree Shows 2011
Fine Art: Sculpture - Painting - Printmaking - Photography
This was the first year that ‘Fine Art’ Degree shows took place in the new purpose built Studios in the College’s Battersea campus*. All these disciplines converged in Howie Street - merging practice boundaries and interspersing performance and zany kinetic installations with the more traditional wall works and static monoliths.

James Dyson succeed Sir Terence Conran and RCA Dyson Building - Battersea campus

Sir James Dyson to Succeed Sir Terence Conran as Provost of the Royal College of Art. The Head of the College, the Provost presides over meetings of the Court and confers degrees at Convocation. Sir James will take up the post on 1 August 2011. Sir James Dyson, whose term of appointment is five years, is widely acclaimed as one of the world's most successful and influential design entrepreneurs. Earlier this year, his report for the Conservative Party, Ingenious Britain, called on the Government to re-awaken Britain's innate creativity and competitive spirit.

RCA Long Night 'Stop the cuts'

Tuesday 7th December 6.30pm
RCA Café Kensington

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