Now that the UCAS deadline has passed, the Ruskin looks forward to receiving your portfolios by the deadline of 12 noon on Friday 7th November. The submission of your portfolio forms the second part of your application to study Fine Art. Please note that no application can be processed without both your UCAS form and your portfolio, these two submissions ensure your application is valid.
Simon Periton graduated from Central St Martin’s School of Art in London in 1990 and has exhibited widely in Britain and internationally. Commissions include large-scale public projects for Channel Four, the V&A and firstsite in Colchester. He lives and works in London and is represented by Sadie Coles HQ and The Modern Institute.
Conrad Shawcross (BFA 1999) has been commissioned by the Wellcome Trust to create a monumental new public art installation in the heart of London.
The Langen Foundation is showing a solo show by Ruskin tutor, Corin Sworn.
Exhibition dates: 5 – 27 September 2014
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.