The project is driven forward by experts in their fields who are working hard to complete the CRSBI. All the fieldwork and administration of the project is completed by volunteers. We have world-experts and experienced professionals on our management committee and our administrative teams, and they all work unpaid to see the CRSBI project completed.
Our fieldworkers are dedicated volunteers who have the knowledge to catalogue, describe and photograph Romanesque sculpture.
Chair: Nigel Clubb
Research Director: Dr Ron Baxter
Treasurer: Susan Nettle
Project Director: Karen Impey
Editorial Director: Dr Jill Franklin
Project Coordinator: Nora Courtney
Newsletter Editor: Peter Hayes
The Board of Trustees are legally responsible for the project but the day-to-day management of the project is done by the management board.
They ensure that CRSBI is run:
1) for the advancement of the education of the public in the history, aesthetics and understanding of Romanesque sculpture made between circa 1050 and circa 1200 in Great Britain and Ireland and through the establishment maintenance and promotion of a permanent record and archive of such sculpture.
2) to assist in the preservation of such sculpture for the public benefit in such ways as the trustees shall from time to time determine.
Our team of academic editors who check all the fieldworkers' material before it is published on the CRSBI website. They are the only individuals on the CRSBI project who are paid for their work.
In addition, some of the editing team have seperate responsibilities for which they are paid.