Congratulations to Kate Groobey (BFA2000) on being short-listed for the prestigious Daiwa Foundation Art Prize is a unique exhibition and creative development opportunity, which offers a British artist their first solo show at a gallery in Tokyo, Japan.
The Ruskin is delighted to announce that the School's Associate Professor of Fine Art, Corin Sworn, has been shortlisted for the prestigious Margaret Tait Award, which was established 2010 to support experimental and innovative Scottish or Scotland-based artists working with film and moving image.
Samson Kambalu, the Ruskin's new Associate Professor of Fine Art, is presenting his first solo exhibition in New York, at the James Gallery in the City University of New York, which opened on 12 December and continues until 13 January.
Ian Kiaer, Associate Professor of Fine Art at the Ruskin, is presenting his first solo museum exhibition in Paris, at the Musée d’Art Moderne. The show opens on 1 December and continues until 4 March 2018
The Ruskin is thrilled that our newly-appointed Associate Professor of Art, Oreet Ashery, has won the prestigious Jarman Award 2017, which celebrates and supports UK-based artists working with moving image.
Ruskin Alumna and Visiting Tutor Jaimini Patel is presenting an exhibition entitled An Inventory of Small Acts, at the Archive of Contemporary Arts, Krems, Austria.
Ruskin DPhil Arturo Soto is presenting an exhibition in Oxford, entitled Those Who Follow, a photographic journey encountering the city's modern religious spaces.
Join us for art, food and fun at this year's Christmas Art Sale at the Ruskin School of Art, 74 High Street, on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th November, 10am - 4pm.
Ruskin Shorts, a showcase of film and video work by current Ruskin students, returns this year, with an evening of screenings at Modern Art Oxford on Thursday 26 October.
We are delighted to welcome Oreet Ashery and Samson Kambalu as new Associate Professors in Fine Art at the Ruskin!