This March, the Royal Academy of Arts will stage Premiums Interim Projects, an exhibition which will feature the work of 16 postgraduates in their second year at the Royal Academy Schools. Held in the galleries of Burlington Gardens, this annual exhibition provides an opportunity to view new work by emerging artists at the interim point of their three year postgraduate course. The exhibition will include painting, performance, photography, sculpture, site specific installation and video.
The following students will be exhibiting in the show: Alex Clarke, Coco Crampton, Natalie Dray, Paul Eastwood, Marisa Futernick, Daniel Lipp, Ellen MacDonald, Murray O’Grady, Aimee Parrott, Hannah Perry, Ariane Schick, Paul Schneider, Julie Born Schwartz, Gabriel Stones, Alice Theobald and Alex Chase White.
The Royal Academy Schools is an independent establishment that offers the UK’s only three-year, full-time postgraduate fine arts course. It is the country’s oldest art school. Attracting applicants from across the world, the exhibiting students reflect the international reputation of the Schools and the creativity of its artists. With a total of 60 places available, the Schools present a wide range of opportunities such as tutorials and lectures given by leading figures in the art world, including Royal Academicians.
Many works in the exhibition will be for sale. Artworks sold directly support the development of the students and the production of new work.