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Introducing Telepresence Teaching at the Ruskin

With the use of our telepresence robot we are exploring a remote way of connecting with our students.

Primordial Soup

Following the environmental impact of the Fukushumi Nuclear disaster 10 years on.

The Ruskin are thrilled to share news of DPhil's Jason Waite, co-editor of the book 'Don't Follow The Wind', 10…

Philip Morsberger (1933-2021)

The Ruskin School of Art is very sad to announce that Philip Morsberger passed away on Sunday 3 January 2021,…

BFA Admissions: outcomes

Thank you to all those who applied this year for entry in 2021 to study Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Art. The tutors on the admissions panels very much enjoyed reviewing your portfolios, and meeting those candidates who…

Samson Kambalu and MAO’s Emma Ridgway host a series of seminars on John Ruskin

As John Ruskin's 150th Anniversary approaches, Associate Professor of Fine Art Samson Kambalu, along with Modern Art Oxford's Chief Curator Emma Ridgway host a series of seminars on our radical Ruskin. Seminars - 2 March, 9 March, 25 May 2021.

Isolation Exhibition 2020

An exhibition of work by seventeen Ruskin First Year Undergraduates in Isolation.

Ian Kiaer - Endnote, tooth. Endnote, yellow.

The Ruskin is delighted to celebrate Ian Kiaer's new book, Endnote, tooth, and show Endnote, yellow currently at the Barbara Wien gallery, Berlin.

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye’s huge retrospective of works at the Tate Britain.

The Ruskin is delighted at the success of our recent studio tutor Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, and her huge retrospective of works…

Brandon Taylor Book Launch - The Life of Forms in Art

The Ruskin is thrilled to celebrate the success of Brandon Taylor's new book, 'The Life of Forms in Art'