About RCA 2022
Alongside this digital platform, this year our graduate shows return in person across our Battersea and Kensington sites.
London SW11 4NL
Exhibiting programmes: MA Animation, MA Contemporary Art Practice, MA Design Products, MA Fashion, MA Information Experience Design, MA Sculpture, MA Textiles, MA Visual Communication
Dyson, Woo and Painting Buildings
London SW11 3AN
Exhibiting programmes: MA Animation, MA Ceramics & Glass, MA Jewellery & Metal, MA Painting, MA Photography, MA Print, PhD Arts & Humanities
London SW7 2EU
Exhibiting programmes: MA Architecture, MA/MSc Global Innovation Design, MA/MSc Innovation Design Engineering, MA Interior Design, MA Service Design
For information on getting to the RCA, and the accessibility of our campuses, go to Visiting the RCA.
On 25 and 26 June the exhibitions are open to the public from 12–6pm, with last entry at 5.15pm.
On 27 June the exhibitions will only be open to exhibitors, staff and their guests for Convocation.
On 28 June the exhibitions are open to the public from 12–6pm except for the Textiles, Design Products and Fashion exhibitions which will close at 2pm.
On 29 and 30 June the exhibitions are open to the public 12–9pm, with last entry at 8pm.
Some student’s work will be available to purchase; visit https://rca-sales.com to browse online, or look out for QR codes next to individual students’ work in the physical show.
RCA2022 is a labour of love and the result of the work of academic, technical and professional services teams from within, across and outside the Royal College of Art. We would like to acknowledge the efforts of the multiple individuals across both the College and external supporters and agencies who came together to make this happen.
Europa, in consultation with Kaiya Waerea and Sophie Paul (MA Writing, 2022) Read More
George Dutton, Philip Veech, Sean Steed (MA Visual Communication, 2020)
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