YCAT Hans Keller Artists

YCAT Hans Keller Artists 1

The string quartet was of particular importance to Hans Keller. In 2021 the Trust is embarking on a three-year project in support of string quartets, working with a variety of expert partners.

As part of this, the Trust is delighted to announce a new partnership with the Young Classical Artists Trust to support the Adelphi Quartet: read more here.

Milein Cosman’s Centenary

Milein Cosman’s Centenary 2

Today would have been Milein’s 100th birthday.

To mark the occasion, the Trust presents a new Virtual Exhibition created for Milein’s centenary by her artistic executor, Peter Black. It can be viewed here.

Live exhibitions and events have had to be postponed because of Covid-19 restrictions: the latest news on planned events can be found here.

The Milein Cosman Scholarship for Drawing at the Slade School of Fine Art

Slade School of Fine Art

The Trust is delighted to announce the establishment of the Milein Cosman Scholarship for Drawing at the Slade School of Fine Art.

The Scholarship is being launched in 2021 to mark Milein’s centenary, as well as the 150thanniversary of the foundation of the Slade, where Milein herself studied in the 1940s.

More information about Milein’s own time at the Slade can be found here.

David Scrase 1949-2020

David Scrase

The Trust announces with great sadness the death of David Scrase, Cosman Keller Trustee since 2016. David joined us after his retirement from the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, where he was for many years Keeper of Paintings, Drawings and Prints and then Assistant Director of Collections, amassing an unsurpassed knowledge of the collections and directing a remarkable period of acquisitions for the museum.

We are grateful for his deep understanding of drawing and profound knowledge of the history and making of art — and to have had the wonderful company of such a generous, charming and witty friend and colleague.

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