RSA ANNUAL EXHIBITION 2019

Opening Times:
Monday to Saturday 10-5pm, Sunday 12-5pm

RSA ANNUAL EXHIBITION 2019

Opening Times:
Monday to Saturday 10-5pm, Sunday 12-5pm

RSA Upper & Lower Galleries
Free Entry

The 193rd RSA Annual Exhibition

The RSA Annual Exhibition is a focal point of the RSA programme, showcasing work from RSA Academicians the length and breadth of Scotland. Now in its 193rd year, it continues to provide a platform for contemporary painting, sculpture, film, printmaking, photography and installation, alongside work by some of the country’s leading architects. This year’s Convenor is Francis Convery RSA, assisted by Deputy Convenor Graeme Hutton RSA.

We are delighted to announce that this year both the RSA Open Exhibitions of Art and Architecture will return in a revitalised format as an integral part of the RSA Annual Exhibition. The exhibition will feature a diverse range of works carefully selected from online submissions by artists and architects at all stages of their careers. For further information about the Open elements of the RSA Annual Exhibition and to find out how to submit work for consideration please click on the links below – 

Works by recent RSA award winners will also be on show, including new works by Amy Dennis (2018 RSA William Littlejohn Award winner), Mairi Lafferty (2017 RSA Morton Award for lens-based media winner), John Wallace (2018 RSA Morton Award for lens-based media winner), Shipei Wang (2018 RSA Barns-Graham Travel Award winner), and Da Hee Lee (2018 RSA David Michie Travel Award winner)

Memorial works from Willie Rodger RSA will also be on display.

The majority of works will be available to purchase. The RSA is part of the Own Art scheme, allowing you to spread the costs over 10 monthly installments.

This year, funding from Baillie Gifford will enable us to open the doors for free access to everyone throughout the Annual Exhibition. Open seven days a week, the exhibition can be visited free time after time throughout its six-week run.

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