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The Royal British Society Of Sculptors

Advancing the art and practice of sculpture...

Committed to the pursuit of excellence in the art form, the Society aims to inspire, inform and engage people with sculpture.

It offers opportunities to see/experience the extraordinary diversity of contemporary work and to learn about from those that make it.

It supports sculptors by providing bursaries to newly emergent sculptors, professional development seminars, a mentoring scheme and awards.

It is a membership society of professional sculptors and was established in 1905 as a not-for-profit company (83239), becoming a registered charity in 1963. It is the oldest and largest organisation dedicated to sculpture in the UK.

London

United Kingdom
Address:
Royal British Society of Sculptors 108 Old Brompton Road
SW7 3RA
Phone: 020 7373 5554
Website: www.rbs.org.uk


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Artists Represented

The RBS has at present over 500 members, between Fellows, Associate Members and Bursaries.


Forthcoming Exhibitions

RBS Bursary Awards 2008 Exhibition


06-28 November 2008


The eleven sculptors featured in this exhibition are recipients of RBS Bursary Award in recognition of their outstanding talent and potential.

Victoria Burgher, William Clifford, Louise Colbourne, Sylvestre Gauvrit, Valerie Jolly, Chutima Kerdpitak, Briony Marshall, Ian Penna, Lesli Sharples, Nick Turvey and John A H Williams.

Articulating a kaleidoscope of contemporary preoccupations, the work ranges from time based multi disciplinary examinations of sculptural and moving images with dance, to re-examinations of classical portraiture.


11.00am - 4.30pm Wednesdays to Fridays (or by appointment)

Admission Free


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Location And Getting There

Royal British Society of Sculptors
108 Old Brompton Road
London
SW7 3RA

membership: 020 7373 5554
administration: 020 7373 8615
email: info@rbs.org.uk


Contact-Directors/Staff

Membership: 020 7373 5554
Administration: 020 7373 8615
email: info@rbs.org.uk