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Discover graduate work by Royal College of Art students from around the world.

RCA2022 Autumn Graduate Show 

RCA2022 returns from 17–21 September with an intimate showcase of graduate work by Master’s and Research students, held within our newly opened Studio Building in Battersea designed by Herzog & de Meuron.

The graduate show features work from Arts & Design Research, Ceramics & Glass, Information Experience Design, Fashion, Painting, Photography, Print, Textiles and Visual Communication.

Find out more, including how to visit at RCA2022 Autumn Graduate Show.

RCA2022 Summer Graduate Show 

25–30 June 2022

RCA2022 welcomed visitors to experience the best emerging practices from the graduating students of the world’s leading university of art and design. Comprising a range of disciplines including Sculpture and Contemporary Art Practice, Intelligent Mobility, Textiles and Design Products, Fashion and Architecture, and many more, this year’s presentation will bring together hundreds of postgraduate students whose work is tackling some of the most pressing, global challenges of our times, alongside fine art that inspires and nourishes our view of the world. 

Explore student works will be showcased on our fantastic digital platform



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

You can discover the work of 850 students from around the world, and explore collections of student work curated by leading lights from the creative industries.

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.