Grace Robertson, who graduated this year, has been selected by Modern Art Oxford as the Ruskin nomination for the CVAN South East Platform Award 2019. She is currently presenting a solo exhibition at Modern Art Oxford (5 - 15 September).
Eleanor Minney is the co-recipient, with neuroscientist Dr Liz Tunbridge, of a Project Award in the 2019 Vice-Chancellor’s Public Engagement with Research Awards. Their project will be presented at the Barbican, London (12-20 October).
The Mid-Career Fellowships are designed both to support outstanding individual researchers with excellent research proposals, and to promote public understanding and engagement with humanities and social sciences.
DPhil student, Shawanda Corbett, presented Blackbird in Mississippi, a performance in which the protagonist, haar wese, time travels to Mississippi where music offers her a voice in her quest to find placement in displacement.
The winners of the inaugural Mansfield-Ruddock Prize were announced on Wednesday 26 June at a celebratory event at the Ruskin School of Art.
On April 9, 2019, the Board of Trustees of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation approved the awarding of Guggenheim Fellowships to Steve Rowell, a Ruskin alumnus.
We are delighted to welcome artist Joan Jonas to the Ruskin this term.
Artists from the Ruskin School of Art and scientists from across the University, present an exhibition at the North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford, from 12-18 April.
The BFA and MFA Finalists will present their Degree Shows at the Ruskin's Bullingdon Road studios on Saturday 22, Sunday 23 and Wednesday 26 June 2019.
Brian Catling, RA, Professor Emeritus at the Ruskin, has been busy in the workshops at Bullingdon Road making new works for a forthcoming exhibition at Matt's Gallery in London