Shasha Cherkas is a Russian artist currently based in London. Upon graduating with an MA in Sculpture from the Royal College of Art last year, having previously completed her BA in Jewellery Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2018, she chose to forgo the offer of an online degree presentation as part of the RCA2020 virtual platform in favour of hope for a physical degree show at a later stage (as yet still uncertain).
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.
The Royal College of Art and associated Fitzrovia galleries are presenting the collaborative exhibition with fists, it kicks, it bites. The exhibition by the 2020 graduating students of the MA Photograph course
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.
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.
This artist exacerbates meaning by not hesitating to do something that he has chosen and that at the same time he has been summoned to do, something no one can explain or justify, something that is entirely itself and entirely exposed. His is the art of whims