The annual exhibition of works by final year students at the RA Schools, the first art school in Britain. A rare opportunity to view and buy exceptional pieces from an emerging generation of new artists.
Saturday – Thursday 10am – 6pm
Friday 10am – 10pm
13 June — 29 June RA Schools Free
The RA Schools Show is the annual exhibition of works by final year students at the Royal Academy Schools, the first art school in Britain. Held in the studio spaces of the Schools the exhibition invites students to show works developed over a three-year period of post graduate study, providing visitors with a rare opportunity to view and buy exceptional pieces from an emerging generation of new artists.
About the RA Schools
The first art school in Britain
We are a school of contemporary fine art that offers 17 artists each year the opportunity to participate in an intense three-year programme. We are committed to providing an open, informed and critical environment for the personal and professional development of the artist.
The RA Schools was founded in 1769, and we remain independent to this day. This independence gives us the freedom to invent what we do. We are unique in offering the only three-year postgraduate programme in Europe. There are no fees and there is no curriculum: instead we offer a unique programme that responds to the specific needs of each individual artist.