Alumni

Alumni

 
 
 
 
 
 

Since its foundation in 1901, the BSR has brought together established leaders and rising stars of the academic and fine arts worlds to research and develop their practice in this unique, multidisciplinary community.

An impressive list of successful and critically esteemed artists from Thomas Monnington, Winifred Knights and John Skeaping to Eddie Peake, Cornelia Parker, Mark Wallinger and Geoff Uglow have been part of the BSR story.

In the fields of Art History, History and Archaeology, the BSR has supported the work of illustrious academics Professor Joanna Cannon, Dr Georgia Clarke, Professor David Abulafia FBA, Professor Graeme Barker FBA, Professor Fergus Millar FBA and Professor Nicholas Purcell FBA.

The BSR counts among its alumni a trailblazing cohort of curators and museum directors: Dr Nicholas Cullinan, Dr Penelope Curtis, Dr Lucy Davis, Dr Xavier Salomon, Dr Paul Roberts, Susan Walker. Notable practitioners and historians of architecture have included Robert Adam, Bob Allies, Will Alsop RA, Amyas Connell, Raymond Erith, Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe, Louis de Soissons, Quinlan Terry, Robert Tavernor, David Dernie, David Bass, Sarah Stead, Max Dewdney, Prisca Thielmann, James Robertson, Nicholas Champkins, Alison Crawshaw.

A full list of alumni can be found here.

Since its foundation in 1901, the BSR has brought together established leaders and rising stars of the academic and fine arts worlds to research and develop their practice in this unique, multidisciplinary community.

An impressive list of successful and critically esteemed artists from Thomas Monnington, Winifred Knights and John Skeaping to Eddie Peake, Cornelia Parker, Mark Wallinger and Geoff Uglow have been part of the BSR story.

In the fields of Art History, History and Archaeology, the BSR has supported the work of illustrious academics Professor Joanna Cannon, Dr Georgia Clarke, Professor David Abulafia FBA, Professor Graeme Barker FBA, Professor Fergus Millar FBA and Professor Nicholas Purcell FBA.

The BSR counts among its alumni a trailblazing cohort of curators and museum directors: Dr Nicholas Cullinan, Dr Penelope Curtis, Dr Lucy Davis, Dr Xavier Salomon, Dr Paul Roberts, Susan Walker. Notable practitioners and historians of architecture have included Robert Adam, Bob Allies, Will Alsop RA, Amyas Connell, Raymond Erith, Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe, Louis de Soissons, Quinlan Terry, Robert Tavernor, David Dernie, David Bass, Sarah Stead, Max Dewdney, Prisca Thielmann, James Robertson, Nicholas Champkins, Alison Crawshaw.

A full list of alumni can be found here.

Alumni News

The BSR maintains a closely-knit engagement with its alumni community and the creative dialogues and working collaborations that evolve both with the BSR, and between fellow award-holders, last a lifetime.

We report on new publications, exhibitions and career achievements of BSR alumni on our Alumni News Page.

BSR Alumni regularly feature as part of the BSR UK Events Programme, further details of which can be found here.

 

Alumni News

The BSR maintains a closely-knit engagement with its alumni community and the creative dialogues and working collaborations that evolve both with the BSR, and between fellow award-holders, last a lifetime.

We report on new publications, exhibitions and career achievements of BSR alumni on our Alumni News Page.

BSR Alumni regularly feature as part of the BSR UK Events Programme, further details of which can be found here.

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Latest Events

Latest Events

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The changing face of the Eastern Caelian: Recent work by the ‘Rome Transformed’ Team
In 2019, colleagues from the British School at Rome, the University of Florence, the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche and Newcastle University launched the ERC-funded ‘Rome
Wednesday 26/01/2022
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TALK MATERIALITIES | Self Portrait
Material as metaphor is the foundation of my artistic practice. My work springs from ancestral connection and environment - natural and societal. As a descendant
Wednesday 02/02/2022
18:00
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Pre-Roman cities and religion between Etruria and Iberia
What do 1st-millennium-BC southern Tyrrhenian Etruscan and South Eastern Iberian cities have in common? And why are they good to think with comparatively?  Scholarship on
Wednesday 09/02/2022
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