Discover graduate work by Royal College of Art students from around the world.
Work in Progress 2022
For the second time in its history, the Royal College of Art’s annual presentation of Work in Progress takes place online as a digital platform from 28 January to 4 February 2022 at wip2022.rca.ac.uk, accompanied by a programme of digital events.
Reflecting our students’ adaptation to a rapidly changing world, the pieces shown in this year’s Work in Progress speak to the politics of presenting in the digital sphere with three overarching themes underpinning this year’s show.
There are Virtual Lovers, asking to what extent can a work’s primary existence be within the virtual world?
There are Hybrid Narratives – the types of creative work that straddle the boundaries of the computational and the corporeal.
And works that are Captured – asking of their viewers, how do we perceive the documentation of work intended to be viewed offline?
These themes are reflected throughout the four Schools of the College, and are explored through a programme of events which you can book now. Work in Progress 2022 will go live with our students’ work on Friday 28 January.
Wherever you are, there are multiple ways to engage with the world’s most talented emerging artists and designers – and the thinking, practices and processes informing their work in progress.
26 June 2021 to 4 July 2021
Online and satellite events
The RCA's renowned graduate exhibition took place online as a digital discovery platform – RCA2021 – complemented, where possible, by a festival of physical satellite events around London.
Creativity is a global language. 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.
RCA's renowned graduate show opened online, for the first time in history, as a digital discovery platform – RCA2020.
Show RCA Archive
The Show RCA Archive allows you to view graduate student profiles from 2007 to 2019, and filter by School, programme and year, to see the wealth of talent in your particular area of interest.