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MPhil & PhD research degrees candidates: Flight Mode
Royal College of Art
Above: Courtesy Royal College of Art.
Above: Courtesy Royal College of Art.
June 28–July 1, 2018

Performances: June 28, 4–7pm
Asylum, Caroline Garden’s Chapel, London SE15 2SQ

Assembly Point
49 Staffordshire Street
London SE15 5TJ
United Kingdom

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Please join the Royal College of Art, School of Arts and Humanities PhD research program for FLIGHT MODE, a special series of exhibition and performance events. This exhibition showcases current research projects from across the Royal College of Art postgraduate research community, with installations, performances and presentations in a variety of venues.

Free and open to the public.

Exhibiting artists include: Cradeaux Alexander / Rana Al Ogayyel / Adjoa Armah / Wayne Binitie / Juliette Blightman / Sharon Boothroyd / Anja Borowicz / Desmond Brett Catharine Cary / Aki Pao-Chen Chiu / Emma Somerset Davis / Caroline Douglas / Jacqueline Felstead / Shannon Forrester / Marita Fraser / Åsa Johannesson / Sarah Kelly / Vicky Kim / Julian Lass / Lola Lasurt / Christina Mamakos / Maria Gafarova / Mayra Martin Ganzinotti / Finlay McInally / Nicholas Middleton / Liz K Miller / Ruidi Mu / Liz Murray / Anna Nazo / Joana Maria Pereira / Gareth Proskourine-Barnett / Alison Rees / Cole Robertson / Ilona Sagar / Kyung Hwa Shon / Armelle Skatulski Emily Sparkes / Dario Srbic / Adam J B Walker / Frances Young / Despina Zacharopoulou

FLIGHT MODE, performances 
Thursday, June 28, 4–7pm
Asylum, Caroline Garden’s Chapel, London SE15 2SQ
Nearest station: Queens Road Peckham

FLIGHT MODE, exhibition 
Opening and PV: Thursday, June 28, 7–10pm
Exhibition: Friday, June 29–Sunday, July 1, 10am–6pm
Live interventions: Sunday, July 1, 4–6pm
Assembly Point, 49 Staffordshire Street, London SE15 5TJ
​Nearest station: Queens Road Peckham


At the RCA we have an outward looking, dynamic and imaginative research culture.  We place a focus upon the potential of art and design practices to act as catalysts for cultural change, social engagement and economic vitality. We offer MPhil and PhD degrees across the four schools and three research centres in both part-time and full-time modes: School of Architecture / School of Arts & Humanities / School of Communication / School of Design / Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design / Intelligent Mobility Design Centre / Burberry Research Futures Group.

As part of the RCA, our research students join a world-leading art and design institution with a long heritage of excellence and innovation.  We encourage interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary approaches and have a wide range of external and industry partners to offer broader experiences, knowledge and expertise.

Students come to a PhD or MPhil with a project or research question which can be addressed through practice-based research, theoretical research or a combination of both.  Students are supported in their research by a supervisory team, a discipline-specific programme of activities and College-wide doctoral training.  An MPhil or PhD degree at the RCA can be undertaken as an early or mid-career development.  In addition to Higher Education routes, many of our research graduates work within art and design industries where their research skills, understanding and knowledge become important drivers of policy and strategic development. 

Visit the RCA website has more information about: Student research at the RCA / MPhil/PhD application process / tuition fees and funding & support

For enquiries please contact the Research Office: [email protected]

Applications for 2018/19 entry accepted until the end of July 2018.

June 26, 2018

location

Assembly Point, London