Balcony Gallery free temporary display
The Power of Material: From Virtual to Physical
Covid-19 brought unimaginable challenges for the RCA's renowned Ceramics & Glass MA with students having to abandon unfired work on their benches. But their frustrations quickly turned to resilience as the class of 2020 devised new ways to express themselves in a virtual world.
Now, as graduates, dispersed across the world, they continue to innovate and experiment and have created physical works for a unique presentation at the Design Museum.
Discover the power of material thinking and making and its importance in enriching our lives in imaginative and meaningful ways. Shown alongside the work of the 2020 graduate will be a ‘cabinet of curiosities’ by the current final year students, and recent examples by leading research staff in the department.
Advance booking only.
Visit by booking an advance free ticket online.
Ticket-holders for Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street and Charlotte Perriand: The Modern Life will have access during their visiting time slot.
Face coverings are mandatory at all times in the museum.
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