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October 30, 2014

Open days 2014

Royal College of Art
Felicity Hammond (RCA 2014) in her studio. Photo: Richard Houghton, 2014.

The School of Fine Art at the Royal College of Art is holding two open days in November for potential MA applicants for the 2015/16 academic cycle.

The afternoon will include information and question and answer sessions about the College, the School and the School’s programmes and pathways, as well as tours of the facilities. Guests will have the opportunity to talk with current staff and students.

To register for an open day follow the links above. For more information check our website or contact [email protected].

The Royal College of Art is based in London and is dedicated to postgraduate study in art and design. The School of Fine Art offers a holistic approach to teaching and includes specialists in Moving Image, Painting, Performance, Photography, Printmaking and Sculpture.

A preview of our teaching for the 2014–2015 academic cycle

Within workshops, crits, reading groups and study trips, MA students will encounter and discuss their thoughts and works with Tai Shani, Rosalind Nashashibi, Lucy Clout, Antony Hudek, Andy Holden, Will Holder, Jens Hoffmann, Emma Hart, Patrick Staff, Rose Wylie, Maria Lind, Gordon Cheung, Haroon Mirza, and Francesco Manacorda, amongst others.

Continuing into its third year, the publically accessible RCA Visual Cultures Lecture Series provides a series of public and free lectures. Under the title of “Contemporaneity and Other Tales,” this season’s series will consider the question of contemporaneity framed as an investigation of this ephemeral and ungraspable concept. The lectures address questions pertinent to our understanding of fine art and its broader context today. Guest speakers are invited to speak about their work in relation to a given line of enquiry and range from distinguished artists and writers to curators and academics. Each lecture, together with related seminar and workshop activity, contributes towards a body of material that is collated as a source of new insights in the field and made available within the Royal College of Art and to our broader community. The series began with leading American artist Richard Tuttle, to coincide with the opening of two of his major London exhibitions at Tate Modern Turbine Hall and the Whitechapel Gallery. Forthcoming speakers include the “father of conceptual art” Joseph Kosuth in conversation with Serpentine Gallery co-director and curator Hans Ulrich Obrist; artist Susan Hiller; curator Mihnea Mircan and academic Saskia Sassen.

To register to attend Open Day, please select one of the following dates:
Wednesday 12 November 2014, 14–18h
Wednesday 26 November 2014, 14–18h

 

Royal College of Art: School of Fine Art open days

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