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The Ruskin Today Prizes and Awards Lecture Lists Professional Practice Life Drawing - Michaelmas Term 2017

Lecture Lists

Lectures held in the Examinations School are open to members of the University, but those held on Ruskin School of Art premises are closed except to Ruskin students and appointed students. If any member of the Univeristy wishes to attend a lecture held at the Ruskin, they should apply in advance to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

 

  • Lectures begin on the first possible day after the beginning of Full Term unless otherwise stated.
  • Lectures will begin five minutes after the hour and finish at five minutes before the next hour.
  • Non-members of the University may not attend university lectures (unless they are announced as open to the general public) without payment of a fee, otherwise than by personal invitation of the lecturer concerned. Persons who are neither reading for a qualification of this University nor otherwise exempt, and who wish to attend lectures in any term, should apply to the Buildings and Events Manager, Examination Schools, for details of fees. At least three working days’ notice is required before a lecture permit can be issued, to allow liaison with the department or faculty concerned. Senior visiting scholars from other universities who wish to attend lectures, seminars, or classes should normally apply to the lecturer concerned directly, and not to the Buildings and Events Manager.

 

Studio Work

 

Weeks 1-8, Monday-Friday 09.30- 17.00 74 High Street/128 Bullingdon Road

Tutors: Brian Catling, Ian Kiaer, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Justin Coombes, Neal Tait, Tom Woolner, Sigrid Holmwood, Claudia Sarnthein, Jost Münster, Martina Schmuecker, Oona Grimes, David Tolley, Melissa Appleton, Richard Grayson, Sarah Jones, Varda Caivano, Jamini Patel, Jon Roome and Graeme Hughes

 

Anatomy

 

BFA1 - open to Ruskin students only

Dr S Simblet

Weeks 1-8, Wednesdays, 14.00-17.00, 74 High Street

 

History and Theory of Visual Culture

 

Information for Michaelmas Term will be updated later in the summer. 

 

Talks

 

Visiting Speakers

Weeks 1-8, Thursdays 16.00 - Project Space, 128 Bullingdon Road

 

 

Research Seminars:

DPhil Research Seminars: Convenor - Professor Ian Kiaer

Weeks 1-8 Tuesdays 13.00-17.00 - OMS, 74 High Street (unless otherwise arranged)

 

For more details and last minute updates (that can include new locations and times) please check the calendar here: http://www.rsa.ox.ac.uk/calendar