Image: Graduation project 'Visual Memory (2013)' | Dayna Casey, Graphic Design 2013, Nominee Department Award
The Graphic Design department of the Royal Academy of Art educates its students to become critical thinkers and versatile practitioners who develop outstanding concepts for visual communication. Its world-wide reputation is fueled by the high level and thorough education, the investigative and conceptual approach in teaching, as well as the excellent quality in the field of typeface design and typography. At the Royal Academy of Art, students are encouraged not only to find answers to the problems of tomorrow and the rapidly evolving new-media landscape, but also to pose questions on the social responsibilities of a contemporary designer.
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‘Speculations on Trust and Currency’ was a project collaboration between the Graphic Design department of the Royal Academy of Art and the Bitcoin Foundation of the Netherlands. It explored the relationship between art, technology and innovation and included presentations of case studies during the Bitcoin Wednesday on 6 April 2016 at Lab111 in Amsterdam.
On 10 December, Human Rights Day, students Malik Saïb-Mezghiche, Evy van Schelt, Dana Doorenbos, Shen Fan, Léo Gauttier and Daan Retel of the Design Office course (Graphic Design) presented their view on the six nominees for the 2015 Human Rights Tulip in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
From 12 to 17 April 2016 The Royal Academy of Art The Hague presented its experimental and interdisciplinary exhibition RESET at the Salone del Mobile in Milan. In the intimate environment of a private penthouse in the heart of Ventura Lambrate, the exhibition received more than 23,000 visitors to its programme of performances, installations and design discussions.
On the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the WestHolland Foreign Investment Agency (WFIA), the Royal Academy of Art The Hague and the Royal Conservatoire The Hague collaborated on an exclusive programme with a site specific design setting and spectacular performances