Ian Goodfellow has been selected to participate in ‘Andiamo! Forty Years of the RSA John Kinross Scholarships to Florence‘ at the Royal Scottish Academy.
Since the John Kinross Memorial Fund was established it has supported over 450 emerging artists. To mark this significant milestone, 20 artists and architects, five from each decade, have been invited to show recent work alongside work they produced at the time of their Scholarship, many of the latter coming from the RSA’s own Collection. The exhibition highlights the breadth and diversity of the practices the Scholarship has supported and the lasting impact the experience has had on the scholars involved.
You can read Ian’s reflections on the impact of the scholarship here.
The John Kinross Memorial Fund was established in 1981 by Mr J.B Kinross CBE, HRSA, in memory of his father, Mr John Kinross, RSA, architect (1855-1931) to assist young artists and architects from the established centres in Scotland, within the departments of Architecture and Fine Art, to spend three months in Florence.
The exhibition will be open to the public from Saturday 11 September – Sunday 17 October.