School of Arts & Humanities
Dean, School of Arts & Humanities – Ken Neil
RCA2023 shares with us once again a wonderful platform to experience the outcomes, research insights, and working processes of our graduating students. For Arts & Humanities, this is a presentation of work from across our specialist areas, Applied Arts, Fine Art, and Humanities. In this year, exceptionally, we congratulate two graduating cohorts for their excellent work, our first years and our second years, as the College moves fully to the one-year model from September 2023.
As you move through the pages, you will see many connections across these specialist areas as the creative attention of our students coalesces around topics of contemporary concern. This combined interdisciplinary insight complements the poetic instances of individual practices and adds up to a powerful and persuasive body of work, one that seeks to illuminate its constituent diversity of perspectives and, hence, encourage us to see our world afresh and anew.
We are all immensely proud of what our students have achieved this session, and express thanks here to all staff, academic and administrative, technical and support, for such a concerted effort to successfully produce our public exhibitions in this exceptional year.
Congratulations to all of our graduating students and enjoy the diversity of insights.
Image Credit: Speak!, Elaheh Naghi Ganji, Jewellery & Metal (MA)