RA 2024 Summer Exhibition Architecture Afternoon

Engage in architecture at The Royal Academy of Arts’ 2024 Summer Exhibition Architecture Afternoon.

Event Info

Date & Time

June 21

2pm - 6pm


Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly, London, UK

Tickets & Prices

This year's Architecture Room, curated by Assemble, will explore the theme of "spaces for making."

On 21st June, from 2 pm to 6 pm, you'll have the opportunity to engage with architects, both established and emerging, as they share insights into their creative spaces and discuss the significance of these studios in the design and production processes.

Tickets grant access to these enlightening discussions but also include a refreshing drinks reception for all attendees and speakers, hosted within The RA. Plus, entry to the Summer Exhibition which starts at 6:30 pm, allowing visitors to explore the vibrant displays during the RA’s Friday late opening.

Assemble RA Elect is a dynamic collective that spans architecture, design, and art. Since opening in 2010, Assemble has built an impressive portfolio of work, earning recognition with various awards. Notably, in 2015, Assemble made history as the first collective to receive the Turner Prize for their collaborative projects with the residents of Granby, Liverpool.

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The Royal Academy of Arts is a world-renowned art institution based in Burlington House on Piccadilly, London. For over 250 years, the RA has existed to champion art and artists and offers a place where art is made, exhibited and debated. Enjoy their expanded campus with free displays, new spots to eat, drink and shop, and much more.

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