A perspective on Scottish art

Fellowship Event

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Online

  • Creativity
  • Arts and society

Join us for this exciting event exploring the world of Scottish Art. 

James Knox, director, Fleming-Wyfold Foundation will offer his perspective on Scottish art. The event will also alert RSA Fellows and guests across the UK about the Foundation’s spring/summer touring exhibitions (Scottish Women Artists at the Sainsbury Centre) and A Window into Scottish Art (at the Lightbox in Woking).

Speaker Biography 

James Knox, an Art History graduate with an MBA from INSEAD, will highlight works from the Fleming-Wyfold Art Foundation, which promotes Scottish art and creativity across the UK and beyond. In so doing he will consider the characteristics of Scottish artists - and our audience can expect asides and anecdotes about his long involvement in the art world, given that previous posts including running the ART NEWSPAPER for ten years. As a consultant he commissioned a massive sculpture park as a millennium project for Boots. His books include the biography of Robert Byron, an illustrated life of cartoonist Osbert Lancaster and two books for the Fleming Collection. Trusteeships have included the Scottish National Galleries and the National Trust for Scotland.

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