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EXHIBITIONS l No Man is an Island, from 21 to 30 July, rethinks the Royal College of Art’s recent graduate shows as one interconnected, multi-disciplinary exhibition, taking social, environmental and domestic themes as a starting point. Venue: RCA, Kensin

EXHIBITIONS:


No Man is an Island, from 21 to 30 July, rethinks the Royal College of Art’s recent graduate shows as one interconnected, multi-disciplinary exhibition, taking social, environmental and domestic themes as a starting point.


Venue: RCA, Kensington Gore, London SW7.


Details: www.rca.ac.uk.


Six Architecture Awards, until 31 July, is an annual event featuring contending work for five high profile student awards, including RIAS Silver Medal, The Lighthouse Award, Urban Design Award, Sustainability Award and the RIAS award for drawing.


Venue: Young Designers’ Gallery, The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow G1 3NU.


Details: www.lighthouse.org.uk.


EVENTS:


V&A Village Fete, on 28 and 29 July, is a playful take on the traditional English fete. Expect competitions, games and activities organised by stallholders, comprising over 30 of the UK’s artists, designers and design groups, including Tatty Devine, Poke, Digit and Johnson Banks.


Venue: V&A, Cromwell Road, London SW7.


Details: www.vam.ac.uk/fridaylate.


British Art Show in Bristol, organised by the arts council, runs from 15 July to 17 September. For almost two months, the city will host a series of art, sculpture and film exhibitions, as well as talks, discussions, performances and family activities.


Venue: various across Bristol.


Details: www.artscouncil.org.uk.


TALKS:


Adrian Newey, chief technical officer for Red Bull Racing, talks design, Grand Prix victories and Formula 1 with broadcaster and journalist Simon Taylor on Monday 24 July.


Venue: Design Museum, Shad Thames, London SE1.


Details: www.designmuseum.org.

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