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Royal College of Art, Fine Art Open Day 2 - 14th Dec 2016
Wed 14 December 2016, 14:00 – 17:00 GMT
The Royal College of Art is based in London and is dedicated to postgraduate study in art and design.
The School of Fine Art at the Royal College of Art is holding two Open Days this Autumn for potential MA applicants for the 2016/2017 academic cycle.
The School offers a holistic approach to Fine Art teaching and offers the opportunity to specialise in Painting, Photography, Printmaking and Sculpture, and the recently introduced Contemporary Art Pratice, with specialist pathways in Moving Image, Performance, Public Sphere and Critical Practice.
Timetable for the day:
2:00pm - School Intro talk, Gorvy Lecture Theatre, Dyson Building
An introduction to the School of Fine Art by Dean Juan Cruz plus introductions from the Student Union, Student Support, and Critical & Historical studies. Followed by a Q&A with the Dean and Heads of Programme.
2:45pm - Programme specific tours
Tours led by students and staff of each programme. Please attend the tour of the programme you are most interested in.
Tours will begin straight after the School Intro from the lecture theatre.
3:30pm - Opportunity to speak to staff and students of other programmes
If you are unsure which programme you would like to apply for this is an opportunity for an informal chat with the staff and students of other programmes.
They will be located in the following places:
Print, Photography & Sculpture - Photography Studios, 3rd floor Dyson Building
Painting - Sackler Seminar Room, Ground floor Sackler Building
Contemporary Art Practice - Performance Space, Ground floor Dyson Building
5:00pm - End
For a taster of what is happening in the 2016/17 academic year:
Cross-school teaching groups from artists and pratcitioners such as Uriel Orlow, Laure Provost, Tom McCarthy, Andy Holden and Anthea Hamilton
Tutorials with Visiting Lecturers including Robin Klassnik, David Blandy, Ellen Mara de Wachter and Kathrin Bohm
An exciting new season of Visual Cultures lectures around the theme of 'Orientations, Locate & Reshape'
For further information about the School and Programmes please visit: