- 2pm – 8pm
Who could attend
- Recruitment event
Meet with RCA about how to develop your portfolio to apply and study at the Royal College of Art
Open to prospective students, applicants, offer holders of the RCA:
At 14:00, join a lecture on research-driven, studio-based postgraduate education and how this can expand the possibilities of your practice. Learn about studying at the Royal College of Art.
Drop in portfolio review sessions
Open to students who have not yet submitted an application to the RCA:
Students interested in studying at the Royal College of Art can drop in between 15:00-17:30 to meet with staff from our Information Experience Design MA programme: Carolina Ramirez-Figueroa (Senior Tutor). This session is open to applicants to all subject areas.
It is a great opportunity to have an informal chat with our team and ask questions about what studying at the RCA is like and what to focus on within your application. Bring your portfolio and your own device.
We are also hosting an evening networking event for prospective students, applicants, staff and alumni to meet informally for drinks and snacks at the rooftop bar of Hotel Cappuccino.
Please book your place to each agenda item as a separate ticket.
If we're fully booked and you'd like to join the waitlist, email [email protected]
Hotel Cappuccino 155 Bongeunsa-ro Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea. Closest underground station: Yeoksam
About the hosts
Dr Carolina Ramirez-Figueroa. Carolina is an architect, designer and researcher working at the intersection of design and living systems. In this visit to Seoul, she leads a delegation of RCA students who are winners of the prestigious LG Luminous Competition.
Dr Yiyun Kang. Yiyun is a PhD alumna of the RCA and now a visiting lecturer in IED specialising in projected moving-image works. Yiyun is an artist and researcher who explores the intersection of art, technology, and experience. Her practice and research that investigate the novel forms of projected moving-image installation work attempt to explore the symbiotic relationship between hybrid moving-image, spatial narrative, and space that goes beyond the conventional screen.