This summer, students at the Royal College of Art (RCA) will present RCA2023, a series of exhibitions and events across the College’s Battersea and Kensington campuses, at the Truman Brewery in East London, and online as a digital discovery platform.
Encompassing over 2,400 postgraduate students across the RCA’s four schools – Architecture, Arts & Humanities, Communication and Design – RCA2023 will feature an international cohort of emerging artists, designers, architects and creative practitioners.
There are two opportunities to see the incredible work of RCA students this year:
From 30th June to 3rd July, students on the 45-week MA programmes will offer an insight into the RCA’s work and creativity, through exhibitions, events, interactive activities and discussions with artists, designers and creative practitioners.
- Over 1,300 students will be showcasing their work across the RCA’s Battersea and Kensington campuses. Specialisms include Ceramics & Glass, Contemporary Art Practice, Curating Contemporary Art, Jewellery & Metal, Painting, Photography, Print, Sculpture, Writing, History of Design, Design Products, Fashion, City Design, Interior Design, Environmental Architecture, Animation, Digital Direction, Information Experience Design, Visual Communication, Service Design, Textiles, Intelligent Mobility.
Open to the Public from 12–6pm (plus late opening on Friday 30th June until 7:30pm).
From 13th July to 16th July, students finishing the two-year MA programme will be putting on a Graduate Show at the Truman Brewery.
Over 1,000 students will be showcasing their final year work, supported by a series of events, screenings and other activities. Specialisms include Architecture, Interior Design, Ceramics & Glass, Contemporary Art Practice, Jewellery & Metal, Painting, Photography, Print, Sculpture, Animation, Information Experience Design, Visual Communication, Design Products, Fashion, ICL/RCA Global Innovation Design, ICL/RCA Innovation Design Engineering, Service Design, Textiles.
Open to the public from 12–6pm (except for a 5pm closure on Thursday 13th July and a 7:30pm late opening on Friday 14th July).