6 April 2022


Royal College of Art Still Number One In The World – Stolen Charles Darwin Notebooks Returned – Philip Guston Painting Expected To Break Records At Sotheby’s  

The Royal College of Art (RCA), London, has been ranked the number 1 university for art & design internationally for the 8th consecutive year according to the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2022 – the most significant worldwide survey of academic and industry opinion. The latest results demonstrate the College’s reputation by scoring 100% […]

28 January 2019

Royal College of Art Sets Out Five Year Strategic Growth Plan

The Royal College of Art (RCA), which has consistently topped the tables as ‘best art school in the world’ has launched GenerationRCA, an ambitious five-year campaign/programme

30 July 2018

100 Pioneering Women Depicted In First Women UK Exhibition At RCA

Portraits of 100 pioneering women of the 21st century are highlighted in a remarkable new exhibition which has taken ten years to compile. The Royal College of Art will host the show this summer (20 July – 22 August).

15 May 2018

London Degree Shows 2018 Guide

Like Spring inevitably turns into Summer, once again the art school degree show season is upon us.  The exhibitions are usually the entry-level stage for emerging artists and have had a good track record for launching new talent. It is also one of the best ways to keep abreast of current and future trends in contemporary arts.

21 November 2016


Tomas Saraceno Unveils New Open-source Project For RCA Kensington Gore

A new project initiated by internationally acclaimed artist Tomás Saraceno will be installed in London as part of The Exhibition Road Cultural Group. Aerocene will be its first public commission, launched with the Aerocene Campus, taking place at the Royal College of Art on Saturday 26 November.

23 February 2015


RCA Curating Contemporary Art: Graduate Exhibitions Announced

Graduating students on the Curating Contemporary Art MA programme present their final exhibitions at the Royal College of Art Galleries. In contrast to previous years, the students have chosen to present four independent exhibitions. Collectively they involve artists, theatre designers, and writers from the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australasia, and are engaged in themes of […]

10 April 2014


Farnborough Wind Tunnel Sound And Light Art Programme Announced

A six week artistic programme of sound and light installations for its inaugural exhibition at The Wind Tunnel Project, which runs from 9 June – 20 July 2014 has been announced at Farnborough, Hampshire. This runs concurrently with a diverse educational programme to engage the local community and schools. Through site specific installations by a […]

4 July 2013


Ian Dury: Royal College Graduate Honoured With Retrospective Exhibition

Jemima Dury, the daughter of the late, great musician/songwriter and visual artist, has spent the last two years putting together a collection of her Dad’s art work in order to hold the first ever Ian Dury retrospective. When Dury formed his band Kilburn and the High Roads in 1971 he retired from painting and pursued […]

30 June 2013

Royal College Of Art Graduate Photography Exhibition 2013

This year’s Photography Graduates at the RCA have put together a surprisingly subdued collection of imagery. Not that the RCA was ever shouty, but in previous years the work in the final show always projected insolent confidence, entitlement even, yet in this batch there seems to be a need manifested to look inside the medium, […]

23 January 2013


BECKY BEASLEY Spring Rain A New Exhibition At Spike Island

British artist Becky Beasley explores relationships between photography and objects, the body and interiority in a way that is highly subjective and yet developed through deep immersion in the thoughts and methods of other artists and writers. Literature is particularly generative for the artist, providing her own work with a place to start from and […]