Royal College of Art: more bursaries now available
18th June 2015
More bursaries now available
Royal College of Art
London SW7 2EU
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25 June-5 July 2015, 12-6pm daily, extended to 9pm Wednesday 1 July, closed Friday 3 July
More bursaries now available: the RCA is holding a unique open day during its annual summer show to provide information about over 200 10k GBP HEFCE-funded Postgraduate Bursary Scheme bursaries now on offer, as well as the College's own 6k GBP bursary scheme.
Student support officers will be on hand to offer advice and guidance. In addition, individual schools will host a series of special events:
School of Fine Art
Painting, Photography, Printmaking and Sculpture Programmes; Moving Image and Performance Pathways
July 1, midday-9pm, Dyson Building, Battersea
2pm: Tour of the Fine Art buildings and show led by Performance Pathway Leader, Professor Nigel Rolfe, and graduating Fine Art students. Meet in the ground floor Dyson foyer (by the Hester Rd entrance).
4pm: Tour of the Fine Art buildings and show led by Head of Sculpture, Jordan Baseman, and graduating Fine Art students. Meet in the ground floor Dyson foyer (by the Hester Rd entrance).
6pm: Introduction to the School by the Dean of Fine Art, Professor Juan Cruz, including the School philosophy, curriculum, and how to apply. This will be followed by an informal Q&A session with Heads of Programme, Pathway Leaders and graduating students. Visitors will have the opportunity to discuss academic and pastoral issues related to studying a Fine Art MA or Research degree. Gorvy lecture theatre, first floor, Dyson building.
7pm: Tour of the Fine Art buildings and show led by Professor Juan Cruz and graduating Fine Art students. Meet in the first floor Dyson foyer (outside the Gorvy lecture theatre).
From 7:15pm: Performances in the show spaces from graduating Performance Pathway students: Rosana Antoli, Karolina Magnusson-Murray, Lou-Atessa Marcellin, Girolamo Marri and Leon Platt.
Graduating students from the School of Fine Art will be available throughout the day around the show to talk about their work and their experience of studying at the RCA.
All tours will last around one hour and are open to visitors considering applying to any of the four Fine Art programmes and two Pathways.
Sign up to attend the open day at - http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/7593554383?s=39587513 . (Registration is encouraged but not essential)
School of Humanities
Critical & Historical Studies, Critical Writing in Art & Design, Curating Contemporary Art and V&A/RCA History of Design programmes
July 1, 3–8pm, Darwin Building, Kensington
3–4pm: Student talks in the Humanities exhibition space, followed by tea in the Humanities seminar room, with a chance to talk to tutors and look at course materials and publications. Graduate symposia
(open day attendees encouraged to attend and participate)
6:30pm: Introduction to Critical Writing in Art & Design, Senior Common Room
7pm: Introduction to V&A/RCA History of Design, V&A Gorvy Lecture Theatre
To register: humanities[AT]rca.ac.uk
The Royal College of Art also offers programmes in:
Architecture / Interior Design / Animation / Information Experience Design / Visual Communication / Design Interactions / Design Products / Global Innovation Design / Innovation Design Engineering / Service Design / Vehicle Design / Ceramics & Glass / Jewellery & Metal / Menswear / Womenswear / Textiles
The Royal College of Art: the world's number one university of art & design, at the very heart of London
Find out more at - http://www.rca.ac.uk/opendays
For more information on the PSS scheme: www.rca.ac.uk/PSS