RBS Bursary Award 2011

17 Nov 2011 – 9 Dec 2011

Event times

Wednesday - Friday, 11am - 4.30pm, Thursdays until 7.30pm (or by appointment)

Cost of entry


Royal Society of Sculptors

London, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • C1 and 430
  • South Kensington and Gloucester Road

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James Balmforth, David Buckley, Alex Chinneck, Mark Davey, Sian Griffiths, Julia Malle, Kate McLeod, Eric Schumacher, Katie Surridge, Hannah Wiles


The RBS Bursary Awards 2011 is a showcase of current contemporary practice; ten sculptors have been presented with this prestigious award and this unique opportunity of exhibiting their work as part of a group show in London. Ultimately sculpture's defining virtue is that it exists in the world. Rather than being forced to stand back in contemplation, viewers are invited to step forward and engage with work. Sculpture is social. It is restless in its enquiries about space and place. And it continues to Thrive. We can see all of these qualities on display in the work of the winners of this year's RBS Bursary Awards.' Ekow Eshun, August 2011 The RBS Bursary Awards are designed to benefit sculptors' in the early stages of their careers by providing opportunities and support enabling them to make the transition to a full and successful professional practice. This includes free membership to RBS for two years, opportunities to exhibit, present talks, apply for residencies, participate in training seminars, attend RBS events and access the unique RBS mentoring scheme. The RBS Bursary Awards are supported by the Gilbert Bayes Charitable Trust

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