London universities have been named the top 2 in the world for Art and Design by the QS University World Rankings by Subject.
Like artists, creators, designers and curators across the globe RCA students have adapted, innovated and reimagined in recent months. An RCA degree questions established narratives – this has never been more relevant.
Tenant of Culture – Georgics (how to style a chore coat): The title of this exhibition is derived from The Georgics, a poem by the ancient Roman poet Virgil (70 BC – 19 BC).
Gazelli Art House has announced artist Elliot Kervyn as the winner of its Winter Window Project 2020, in partnership with the Royal College of Art (RCA) Sculpture programme.
The Royal College of Art (RCA) has been awarded a grant of £5.4m by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) to establish the Textiles Circularity Centre (TCC) to enable the transition to a more circular economy.
Jing Su Interview – “I reflect on women’s intimate struggles with the male medical gaze, both psychologically and physically”
Chinese born, London based artist Jing Su recently sat down with Hector Campbell to discuss her experience of arts education, her GIVE series of moving image artworks, her interest in the philosophy of ‘self-care’ and what she would have exhibited at her physical MA degree show.
The RCA online degree runs until the end of this week Friday 31st July. Each student has a page to display their work, there is a daily programme of Events made up of live performances and Zoom talks, and renowned artists and creatives have put together their own Collections of work that stood out to them.
#RCA2020 the next generation of artists and designers 850 students around the world 300+ global events
Led by the RCA student community, with over 300 global events involving renowned artists and special collections of student work chosen by RCA alumni and guests including Es Devlin, Andreas Gursky, Edward Enninful, Magdalene Odundo, Anya Hindmarch and Gus Casely-Hayford.
The RCA announces five distinct MA Curating Contemporary Art graduate exhibitions that will go live online on Monday 15 June, at 12.00 (BST) accompanied by a public programme online between 15 – 21 June.
The Pokémon Company and Royal College of Art (RCA) have just announced the second ever Pokémon Scholars who are MA Fashion Menswear student, Marie Isaccson and MA Intelligent Mobility student, Ye Han.
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This week’s Top 7 art exhibitions to see include: A hotel, women, sharks, virtual reality, flesh and gold.
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The Royal College of Art has been ranked as the world’s best university for the study of Art and Design.
FLUX Exhibition is a groundbreaking and new kind of art event – a collection of the most dynamic painters, performance artists and musicians, which presents an alternative way to encounter today’s best new art.
Smelly Maps is a new project led by Kate McLean that pays tribute to the neglected power of the nose.
The much-anticipated sixth edition of The Catlin Guide will showcase the UK’s most talented new artists, compiled by curator Justin Hammond. Now established as an indispensable reference for followers of contemporary art, this limited edition annual publication highlights prevailing and future trends, and has become a collectable item in its own right.
Over the last couple of weeks FAD has been featuring interviews and Q & A’s with the shortlisted artists from the prestigious Catlin Art Prize 2014 up sixth is Virgile Ittah
Tabish Khan brings you five art exhibitions in London that you should visit during the week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.
Jeffrey Gibson’s paintings and sculptures are inspired by the traditional craft and modern arts of Native American cultures. His sense of pride and desire to reclaim ownership of these histories counter the potentially negative connotations of craft that has been placed onto Native American Art, situating his work within the pantheon of abstract modernism.