The Ruskin School of Art and the Red Mansion Foundation are pleased to present The Red Mansion Art Prize Exhibition 2017, to be held in Oxford at Kendrew Barn, St. John's College, from 25 until 31 March.
New in 2017, this intensive five-day non-residential mixed-media course will be led by Eleanor Crook, forensic artist, sculptor and mixed-media artist. Eleanor's background in Classics, philosophy, art history and anatomy makes her an ideal teacher to encourage, guide and facilitate others on a personal quest to synthesize the personal and broader context of cultural history.
The Ruskin Degree Show 2017 (BFA and MFA) will be open to the public from 12 noon to 6pm on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 June, and Wednesday 21 June.
Research is at the heart of the Ruskin's activities, and the School encourages and values the wide-ranging contributions that its teaching staff, teaching staff, postgraduate students, researchers, academic visitors and fellows make to the disciplines of of fine art practice, curatorship, criticism and art history. Please see following a list of recent publications by Ruskin people.
The Ruskin's Associate Professor of Fine Art is participating in a group exhibitions at FRAC île-de-france's Paris exhibition space, and was recently included in an exhibition at the Kunstsaele Berlin.
The Ruskin School of Art actively engages with many initiatives and collaborations each year in order to further develop the professional understanding and practice of its Fine Art students.
The Ruskin takes part in three undergraduate University Open Days each year: in 2017, these will be held on 28th June, 29th June, and 15th September. A Graduate Open Day is usually held in November each year.
The Ruskin is delighted that tutor and artist Weimin He is offering a new course in 2017 – an introduction to the ancient Chinese art-form of woodblock printmaking
The Ruskin School of Art is seeking to appoint two part-time Associate Professorships (Non-Tutorial Fellowships) in Fine Art
Inspired by the Ashmolean's spring exhibition, Degas to Picasso - Creating Modernism in France, Ruskin tutor and artist Clova Stuart-Hamilton introduces a new course for 2017: Deconstructing the Cubist Still Life.