Helen Marten (BFA 2008) has her first institutional solo exhibition in Germany this autumn. September 6–November 2, 2014 Opening: September 5, 18–21h
5 September 2014 – 1 February 2015
Fri 20 June - Mon 23 June
On Wednesday 19th February, the Ruskin will be offering a talk about the undergraduate Fine Art programme and a tour of the school.
The prize, founded in 2005, aims to promote and support female visual artists based in the UK. This year’s shortlist features four London-based artists and one – Sworn – based in Glasgow. The prize is open to artists working in any medium who have not previously had a solo survey exhibition.
The Saatchi Gallery & Channel 4 announced the winner of the 2013 New Sensations Prize: Jack Stanton, Ruskin graduate 2013. The previous Ruskin graduate who won this prize was Oliver Beer in 2009.
Giles Bailey is visiting the Ruskin on Thursday, 21 November 2013.
The deadline for October 2015 admission is 23 January 2015.
‘Together for Now’ is Jost Münster’s first solo show with Tintype Gallery.
A proposal developed by the Ruskin School of Art in partnership with the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology and the Pitt Rivers Museum has been selected for this year’s Contemporary Art Society Annual Award for Museums.