RCA2023: Graduate Show at Truman Brewery

12:00 – 18:00 13th – 16th July 2023 Public Truman Brewery, Ely's Yard, London E1 6QL | Entrance via Dray's Walk

See work from an international cohort of emerging artists, designers, architects and creatives at this graduate show of over 1,000 RCA students in East London.

Over 1,000 students finishing our two-year MA programmes will showcase their final-year work, supported by a series of events, screenings and other activities.

The graduate show at Truman Brewery is part of RCA2023, a series that includes exhibitions and events taking place across the College’s Battersea and Kensington campuses, and online as a digital discovery platform.

Exhibiting students
School of Architecture
Architecture, Interior Design

School of Arts & Humanities
Ceramics & Glass, Contemporary Art Practice, Jewellery & Metal, Painting, Photography, Print, Sculpture

School of Communication
Animation, Information Experience Design, Visual Communication

School of Design
Fashion, ICL/RCA Global Innovation Design, ICL/RCA Innovation Design Engineering, Service Design, Textiles, Design Products

Opening hours
RCA2023 at the Truman Brewery is open to the public across 13–16 July, 12 noon – 6pm daily. Early closing at 5pm on 13 July; late closing at 7.30 on 14 July.

Getting to the Truman Brewery
The Truman Brewery is easily reached by tube, rail, bus or on foot. The nearest stations are Shoreditch High Street Station (5 minute walk); Liverpool Street Station (ten-minute walk); Aldgate East Station (ten-minute walk); and Old Street Station (15-minute walk).

RCA2023 online
Physical exhibitions will be accompanied by a digital platform which brings together work by students exhibiting at both Truman Brewery and RCA campuses summer. The digital discovery platform allows visitors from across the world to discover content by RCA students by theme and collections.

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