Read an interview with Andrew Bonneau, by Martina Caruso (Assistant Director for Art, Architecture and the Creative Industries, British School at Rome).
Andrew Bonneau has won the William Fletcher Travelling Fellowship and Rome Residency at the British School at Rome, April–June 2019.
On the blog of the British School at Rome, Life at the BSR, is an interview with Chris Browne, William Fletcher Foundation Scholar. He gives an insight into his practice and discusses the surprises, the benefits and the challenges of working in Rome.
MEDIA RELEASE Thirtieth anniversary exhibition Including finalists for the William Fletcher Biennial Travelling Fellowship Rome Residency for 2017 and two Residencies at Bundanon, NSW The William Fletcher Foundation is holding a 30th anniversary exhibition at Artarmon Galleries: 13–27 August 2016. The exhibition consists of works by this year’s finalists, plus 18 other awardees over the […]
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Alexi Keywan has won the William Fletcher Travelling Fellowship and Rome Residency at the British School at Rome, April–June 2015. The other two finalists, Nicole Kelly and Agnes Tyson, were each awarded a three-week residency at Bundanon, NSW. The announcement was made during an exhibition in the Long Room, Building 25 at the National Art […]
INVITATION: Finalists’ exhibition William Fletcher Biennial Travelling Fellowship Rome Residency April to June 2015 and two Residencies at Bundanon, NSW National Art School, Forbes Street, Darlinghurst Building 25, Long Room Project Space Saturday 4 October 2014, 2.30–5pm Finalists: Nicole Kelly, Alexi Keywan, Agnes Tyson More information on the William Fletcher Travelling Fellowship & Rome Residency
Todd Fuller has won the William Fletcher Travelling Fellowship and Rome Residency at the British School at Rome, April–June 2013. Todd’s works include figurative sculpture and marathon drawing sequences for animated storytelling concerning human emotions. He says, “I wish to undertake an intense daily study of classical and baroque sculpture, just as Bernini learned to […]
Read Kevin McKay’s Rome diary
Kevin McKay of Sutherland, NSW, is the winner of the inaugural William Fletcher Travelling Fellowship with Residency in the British School at Rome in April–June 2011. The announcement was made at the exhibition of finalists’ work, National Art School, Sydney, by Barry Pearce, head curator of Australian art, Art Gallery of New South Wales (pictured). […]