SHOW 2018

12:00 – 18:00 23rd – 1st July 2018 Public The Workshop, Lambeth / RCA Battersea / The Westworks, White City Place / RCA Kensington

The Royal College of Art graduate show will take place in late June, simultaneously across a variety of internal and external venues. Show 2018 offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience the very best of emerging contemporary art and design practice. Over 800 art and design postgraduate students will present work of exceptional quality, imagination and technical skill, exhibiting design solutions to pressing global problems alongside fine art that informs and enriches our worldview. The exhibitions are free, with much of the work for sale or commission – ranging from paintings to prints, glassware to jewellery and furniture to textiles.

Don’t miss the MA Curating Contemporary Art graduate projects, which take place in April and May 2018 across four sites in London.

Show Architecture
The Workshop
26 Lambeth High St
London SE1 7AG

Architecture, Interior Design and School of Architecture Research Programmes.

Show Battersea
Dyson, Radstock Street, Sackler and Woo Buildings and Moving Image Studio
Royal College of Art
Hester Road/Howie Street
London SW11 3AN

Ceramics & Glass, Critical & Historical Studies, Contemporary Art Practice, Curating Contemporary Art, Critical Writing in Art & Design, Jewellery & Metal, Painting, Photography, Print and V&A/RCA History of Design

Show Communication
The Westworks
White City Place
195 Wood Lane
London W12 7FQ

Animation, Information Experience Design, Visual Communication and School of Communication Research Programmes.

Show Kensington
Darwin and Stevens Buildings
Royal College of Art
Kensington Gore
London SW7 2EU

Design Interactions, Design Products, ICL/RCA Global Innovation Design, ICL/RCA Innovation Design Engineering, Service Design, Sculpture, Textiles, Vehicle Design and Schools of Design and Arts & Humanities Research Programmes.

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