Last chance to see Ian Kiaer's exhibition of new work, Endnote, ping, at Alison Jacques Gallery, London - last day 9 March.
For the 58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, Pakistan will present its inaugural pavilion, with a solo project by the multi-disciplinary artist Naiza Khan, who graduated from the Ruskin School of Art in 1990.
A number of Ruskin students are involved in Christ Church Arts Week (15 - 23 February), and its exciting programme of talks, tours, workshops and more. Featured guests include Brian Kuan Wood of e-Flux, photographer Tim Walker and T.S. Eliot Prize-winner Alice Oswald, among several others.
For two days only (12 - 13 February), a group of Ruskin's St Edmund Hall students will be presenting an exhibition in their college's Senior Common Room showing their work alongside, and in conversation with, works from the permanent collection, including William Morris and Stanley Spencer
The Ruskin School of Art celebrates the bicentenary of the birth of the founder of Oxford University's School of Art
Conference, 21-22 February: Ruskin School of Art and Christ Church College, University of Oxford
A number of the Ruskin's professors and tutors of Fine Art, including Ghislaine Leung and Daria Martin, currently have exhibitions on show in London
Following a productive sabbatical last term, Ian Kiaer, the Ruskin's Associate Professor of Fine Art and Director of Undergraduate Studies, is presenting an exhibition of new work at the Alison Jacques Gallery in London, from 1 February 2019.
The Ruskin School of Art invites expressions of interest in applying for a 3-year Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship to be held at the Ruskin School of Art from autumn 2019.
Recent Ruskin graduates, Rufus Rock and Mario Dellow are organising a conference in the New Year on Radical Practices: Art School & Pedagogy; they are calling for proposals for presentations, inviting all to apply. They hope the conference will be a platform for school, college and university-level students and staff, as well as applicants from non-academic backgrounds..