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29 June – 7 July
(Closed 3 July 2019)
Sales, Information and Shop
The Show sales and information desk in the Dyson Building, Battersea, and Darwin Building, Kensington, are open daily 12 noon – 6pm. The Show shop is located on the lower-ground floor of Darwin Building, Kensington, close to the Jay Mews entrance.
Free Wi-Fi is available to visitors, using the network ‘RCA-Show’ and password ‘show2019’.
Free shuttle buses to depart regularly from Kensington (Jay Mews) to Battersea (Dyson Building, Hester Road) and Lambeth (The Workshop, Lambeth High Street) between 1 and 5pm.
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The Great Exhibition Road Festival
Show Kensington is part of The Great Exhibition Road Festival – a new three-day celebration of curiosity, discovery and exploration that brings together science and the arts in the spirit of the Great Exhibition of 1851. Explore the extraordinary.
The RCA fosters experimentation, enterprise and research, accelerating highly creative individuals. This would not be possible without the support of countless individuals, organisations and foundations, to whom we offer our sincere thanks.
We would particularly like to thank alumni Kristoffer Soelling and Tom Finn of Regular Practice (both MA Visual Communication, 2017), for Show 2019's visual identity and 2D design.
We would also like to thank Dzek Ltd for support-in-kind, providing Show RCA with Marmoreal, an engineered marble designed by RCA alumnus Max Lamb (MA Design Products, 2008) and used in Show 2019's wayfinding display system, designed by Damian Fopp (MA Design Products, 2017).