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RCA2020 Spotlight: 16 July

Today the RCA's renowned graduate show opened online, for the first time in history, as a digital discovery platform – RCA2020. From 16–31 July visitors can discover the work of 850 students from around the world, participate in public events, and explore collections of student work curated by leading lights from the creative industries.

Wherever you are, join us online to navigate, explore and immerse yourself in the work – and thinking – of the world's most talented emerging artists and designers.

Explore the graduate work by School:  

Architecture            Arts and Humanities              Communication             Design

Explore

RCA2020 Glyphs
RCA2020 Glyphs

For the first time, RCA students have designed the visual identity for the annual summer graduate exhibition. The winning team created an identity representative of the diversity of people and practices at the RCA. Read more about the visual identity team here and check out this article in Disegno about the student designers.

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RCA's Chancellor Sir Jony Ive congratulates this year's graduates and shares his thoughts on RCA2020 and the exceptional circumstances under which RCA students have created and innovated in 2020. View the collection curated by Sir Jony Ive here

Participate

60 Minutes of Graduation, School of Architecture
60 Minutes of Graduation - Architecture, School of Architecture

Today the School of Architecture offers a collective online moment in which all its graduates  participate by  offering a  live sensorial glimpse into their work from the setting of their own homes .  To join the School of Architectures students as they celebrate their achievements register here

Watch out for these events tomorrow, 17 July: Animation in Conversation #1 and Meet the Head of Textiles with Anne Toomey. To register for these and many more visit RCA2020 Events.

Discover

Sae Yeoun Hwang , (Left) Tears to the River, (Right) The Swimmer, (Background) Two Toes
(Left) Tears to the River, (Right) The Swimmer, (Background) Two Toes, Sae Yeoun Hwang 2020

Sae Yeoun Hwang's (MA Painting) images are a collection of memory, experience and imagination; together, they create a visual story. Her work explores humour and how it functions.

Blanca Rivera Fernandez (MRes Healthcare & Design) winner of the British Spanish Society award showcases Dedalyx, a new training experience to develop motor surgical skills.


Discover more on RCA2020.