• Rebecca Cartwright of the Royal College of Art has led the Historic at the Royal Collection Trust, Windsor Castle and will participate in the Architecture residency. 

    Rebecca Cartwright gained her BA at the Slade School of Art where she was a student of Euan Uglowand. She has an MA in printmaking from Winchester. She has taught widely including at the Royal College of Art. She won the Bulldog Trust award at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters and has works in private collections around the world. She is not bound to any particular genre but sees art as a way of exploring and explaining the world she finds herself in.

  • Martin Morris of Kingston School of Art will lead the 4-day residency at Owlpen Manor

    Martin Morris is an animator and draughtsman, he has a BA in Animation/Illustration from Manchester Metropolitan University, and an MA in Animation from the Royal College of Art. His main area of study is drawing, alongside which he works in animation, motion graphics for advertising and music promos. Morris teaches at art colleges, including Kingston and Farnham and works freelance in the animation industry as an animator, compositor and storyboard artist on commercials, music promos and tour visuals. 

  • Dilip Sur of the Royal College of Art has led the Historic Residency at the Courtauld Institute

    Dilip Sur studied Painting and Sculpture at the Government College of Art in Calcutta before completing his MA in Painting at the College of Art in New Delhi, India and continuing his postgraduate education in Painting at Byam Shaw School of Art (UAL) in London. Sur has been a drawing tutor at the RCA since 1996 and has taught at other institutions including Chelsea College of Art, Byam Shaw School of Art, Cheltenham & Gloucester College of Art, The Prince's Trust and Imperial College London. 

  • Jo Volley of the Slade School of Art has led the Historic residency at the British Museum

    Jo Volley studied as both graduate and undergraduate at the Slade School of Art from 1972 to 1977 where she was awarded the Boise Travelling Scholarship to Italy. In 1986, Volley was appointed lecturer at the Slade and from 1989-2002 she directed the Slade Summer School and the Affiliate Programme. She is currently Senior Lecturer on the graduate painting programme, Co-Director of The Material Research Project and Director of the Material Museum.