RBS Bursary Awards 2015 SLAM TALKS




On Wednesday, 30 September 2015, 6:30-8:30pm, the Royal British Society of Sculptors presents the Slam Talks – an energetic series of 5 minute talks delivered relay-style by the 10 winners of the RBS Bursary Awards 2015. This lively set of back-to-back talks will lend unique insight into their practice of the 10 awardees who represent the best and brightest emerging contemporary sculptors: Kyveli Anastasiadi, Rosana Antoli, Tsuyoshi Anzai, Ting Tong Chang, Alex Duncan, Sebastian Kite, Nu Li, Helen Pailing, Tim Sandys, Liz West.

The 10 awardees will also be join by Alex Chinneck MRBS, who recently unveiled his new work A Bullet from a shooting star  at Greenwich Peninsula. Awarded an RBS Bursary in 2011, Chinneck will be sharing his experiences and how winning a bursary has benefited his career. 

Each year the RBS Bursary Awards are given to ten early career artists working in three dimensions judged to be of outstanding talent. Integral to the society’s aim to promote the diverse language of contemporary sculpture, the Bursary Awards provide a platform to emerging sculptors to realise their full potential in the professional sphere. Open to Sculptors of any age and nationality, with or without formal training, working in any style or media the awards are designed to provide vital support during what for many is a difficult transition to successful professional practice.

For more information on the RBS Bursary Awards please see our Awards page!

Duration 30 September 2015 - 30 September 2015
Times Doors open at 6.30, Slam begins at 7.15pm
Cost Free
Venue Royal British Society of Sculptors
Address 108 Old Brompton Road London SW7 3RA, ,
Contact 02073738615 / Projects@rbs.org.uk / rbs.org.uk/awards/rbs-bursary-awards/

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