LAST CHANCE TO SEE: the Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2016 exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art, London, which ends on 22 January.
The Ruskin's Associate Professor of Fine Art, Corin Sworn, will be presenting a performance with fellow artist Cara Tolmie at 7pm this coming Saturday, at Modern Art Oxford.
The Ruskin is delighted that Alicia Reyes McNamara, who graduated from the Ruskin's first year of its MFA in June 2016, will be in residence at the South London Gallery's Outset Artists' Flat for 6 months from November 2016.
In 2017, the Ruskin's Graduate Open Day will be held on Thursday 16 November at 128 Bullingdon Road, Oxford OX4 1QP. UNFORTUNATELY THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED AND WE DO NOT HAVE THE CAPACITY TO TAKE ANYMORE BOOKINGS. PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND IF YOU HAVE NOT RESERVED A PLACE.
The Ruskin is delighted to announce that Helen Marten (BFA 2008) is the 2016 winner of the Turner Prize, the second Ruskin alumna to win the prize, after Elizabeth Price's success in 2012.
This project is a collaboration between Izabella Bryzek and David Tolley and it connects both their experiences and artistic practice.
The Ruskin School of Art is thrilled that Visiting Tutor Lynette Yiadom-Boakye has won the presitigious South Bank Sky Arts Award.
As the weather improves, a trip to see art at the seaside may be in order. The Ruskin's Visiting Tutor Jost Münster is participating in this year's Whitstable Biennale (3-12 June).
The Ruskin has had a flurry of prizes in the first four weeks of Trinity Term, and each (very different) prize has had a large and varied number of entries, so congratulations to all the winners, who beat off strong competition.
The Ruskin is proud that alumna Helen Marten (BFA 2008) has been shortlisted for both the Turner Prize 2016 and The Hepworth Prize for Sculpture.