The Ruskin is delighted that the School's Associate Professor of Fine Art, Ian Kiaer has been awarded this prestigious prize, following in the footsteps of the Ruskin's Daria Martin (2009) and Corin Sworn (2015)
The Ruskin School of Art proposes to appoint a full-time Departmental Lecturer in Fine Art for a fixed-term of 2 years as cover for a postholder’s research leave funded by the award of a Philip Leverhulme Prize.
The BFA is a three-year, studio-based course in which students work alongside each other in collaboratively organised studios. It allows students to engage with the diversity of disciplines that shape contemporary art, including painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, installation, video, sound, performance and other experimental forms.
The Lecture List for Hilary Term 2019 is now available.
The Ruskin has an optional programme in the BFA course for second year students: the Professional Practice Programme. This initiative provides each student with an opportunity to experience at first hand the professional practice of galleries, museums and arts organisations.
The Ruskin School of Art seeks to appoint a part-time Project Officer for a fixed-term of 12 months to work with tutors in fine art – practitioners, historians and theorists – on the development and expansion of the School’s non-accredited short courses portfolio, in collaboration with the University’s Department for Continuing Education (OUDCE).
The Ruskin MFA degree is an intensive, interdisciplinary programme in the practice of contemporary art, designed to support studio-based and theoretical components of your artistic practice.
Daria Martin, Professor of Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Art (and Fellow of Fine Art at St Joh's College, Oxford) was announced the winner of the 2018 Film London Jarman Award.
Over the 8 weeks of each University of Oxford term, the Ruskin runs three life-drawing courses, on Wednesday and Thursday evenings (for members of the University) and on Saturday mornings (open to all).
The Ruskin DPhil programme includes two strands: the practice-led DPhil (which includes a substantial written component) and the contemporary art history and theory DPhil (by written thesis only).